FINAL REPORT








                     RCRA TECHNICAL DATA COLLECTION AND



                    TECHNICAL COMPLIANCE COST DEVELOPMENT
PR4I
Pope-Reid Associates Inc.- 533 St.Clair Ave., St. Paul, Minnesota ,55102

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             FINAL REPORT




   RCRA TECHNICAL DATA COLLECTION AND

  TECHNICAL COMPLIANCE COST DEVELOPMENT
              Prepared for:
The U.S.  Environmental  Protection Agency
    Office of Analysis  and Evaluation
            Washington, D.C.
              Submitted by:
       Pope-Reid Associates Inc.
          245 E. 6th Street
              Suite 813
      St.  Paul,  Minnesota   55101
         Contract No.  68-01-6106

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                     TABLE OF CONTENTS


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INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND                                    1
APPLICATION OF TECHNICAL COSTS TO MODEL PLANTS                 3
     Model Plant Development                                   3
     Technology Selection and Application of
       Technical Requirements and Costs                        5
     Treatment/Disposal Technology Assignment                 19
LIMITS TO THE ANALYSIS                                        25
APPENDICES
     Appendix A:  Code Sheets for Technical Requirements
                  and Treatment/Disposal  Options
     Appendix B:  Details of Technical Cost Development
     Appendix C:  Time Estimates for the Closure of
                -  Landfills and Surface Impoundments
     Appendix D:  RCRA Waste Management Summary Sheets

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                    RCRA TECHNICAL  DATA  COLLECTION
               AND TECHNICAL COMPLIANCE  COST  DEVELOPMENT

                      INTRODUCTION  AND BACKGROUND

The Resource- Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976  (RCRA) is the first comprehen-
sive Federal  legislation dealing with  solid and hazardous waste.  RCRA was enacted
to achieve the two basic objectives of protecting the  public health and environ-
ment and conserving natural  resources.   Subtitle C  of  RCRA mandates that the
Environmental  Protection Agency (EPA)  promulgate regulations governing the
generation, storage, transportation, treatment, and disposal of hazardous wastes,
as well  as the definition, identification, and listing of such wastes.  EPA has
proposed Subtitle C regulations that establish the  mechanism for "cradle-to-grave"
hazardous waste management by providing  for:

       the identification and listing of hazardous wastes according  to specific
        criteria;
       standards for the operation and  closing of  hazardous waste  treatment,
        storage, and disposal facilities (including insurance and financial
        requirements);
       permits for treatment, storage,  and disposal facilities;
       a manifest system to monitor the movement of the waste from the generator
        to ultimate disposal; and
       notification requirements  for  hazardous waste  generators, transporters,
        and treatment,  storage, and disposal  facilities.

The RCRA Subtitle C regulations were first proposed on December 18, 1978; the
first phase of the regulations to  be promulgated was published in the Federal
Register on May 19, 1980.  These promulgated  regulations, called the  Interim
Status Standards (ISS), consist primarily of  non-technical requirements for such
items as manifests, security, recordkeeping/reporting, notification,  permits,
and monitoring and testing.   The technical requirements in the ISS  are primarily
ones for closure, run-on/run-off control, and fence/controlled access.  All off-
site (commercial) disposal is also  considered to be technical in nature.

Accompanying the Interim Status Standards was a Preliminary Final Economic Impact
Analysis that was based on a January 1980 draft of  the ISS.  This report is being
finalized at the present time.  As  part  of this economic impact analysis, several

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industries for which is appeared there would  be  a  high  potential  for adverse
economic impact were studied in considerable  detail.  The industries (called
the "high-impact" industries)  were  Textiles,  Leather  Tanning  and  Finishing, Non-
ferrous Metal  Smelting and Refining,  Organic  Chemicals, Inorganic Chemicals,
Uranium and Other Mining, and Electroplating.

EPA decided to study these industries by  using Effluent Guidelines contractors
to collect data on each industry and  to determine  the economic impacts  associated
with compliance with the ISS.   Those  Effluent Guidelines contractors that  had
prepared or were preparing Development  Documents for  the industries in  question
performed the data collection; they were  known in  the context of  this study as
Technical Contractors.  The Effluent  Guidelines  contractors who had been or
were in the process of preparing Economic Impact Analysis documents were called
the Economic Contractors; they determined the economic  impacts of the ISS  on
industry.  The work done by these Technical and  Economic Contractors was coor-
dinated and used by a Technical Coordinator and  an Economic  Coordinator to de-
velop technical and non-technical costs respectively, and to  further assess the
economic impact of the proposed regulations.  Pope-Reid Associates, Inc. (PRA),
as the Technical Coordinator,  received  all  data  collected by  the  Technical Con-
tractors; reviewed the data; determined the technical requirements for  compliance;
developed unit technical costs of compliance  with  the ISS; and assigned the tech-
nical requirements to model plants  in the high-impact industries.  This was done
for each of the high-impact industries  except Electroplating.  For this industry,
PRA managed the data collection and review; the  remaining work was done by the
Economic Contractor.  The cost and  technical  requirement data prepared  by  PRA
were sent to Arthur D. Little, Inc. (ADL),  the Economic Coordinator, who was
responsible for the assignment of technical costs  to  the appropriate technical
requirements; the preparation and assignment  of  non-technical costs; and the
generation of data for use by the Economic  Contractors  in determining economic
impacts.

The purpose of PRA's role of Technical  Coordinator was  to collect and review
data, develop technical costs, and  apply  technical requirements and costs  to
plants in selected industries.  The work  discussed in this report is that  done by
PRA with respect to the Interim Status  Standards as proposed  in January 1980 and
promulgated on May 19, 1980.
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            APPLICATION OF TECHNICAL COSTS TO MODEL PLANTS

                        Model  Plant Development

Data Collection

The data collection effort was initiated by acquainting each Technical  Contractor
with the scope of the study and data needs at an orientation meeting.   Data col-
lection forms and model plant data transmittal  forms were provided to  each con-
tractor.

The Technical Contractors were given the opportunity to revise their data collec-
tion forms to make them relate more specifically to the individual industries
being studied.  Using the revised data collection forms, the Technical  Contractors
surveyed the industries to obtain information on hazardous waste generation and
management.  During the data collection process, frequent contact was  maintained
with all Technical Contractors, and meetings were held with them as needed to dis-
cuss progress and find solutions to any problems they were encountering.

Model Plants

In conjunction with the Economic Contractors, the Technical Contractors developed
model plants to represent groups of plants in each industry.  A model  plant is a
hypothetical plant that is used to represent a group of plants with common charac-
teristics in an industry.  Model plants are used to generate technical  costs in-
formation for a group of facilities that differ slightly in size, process, or
configuration.  The plant-specific data collected by the Technical Contractors
were aggregated, along with any other available information, to form model plant
data in each industry.

Data Review

Both plant-specific and model  plant data were sent to PRA by the Technical Con-
tractors on the agreed-upon data forms.  At PRA, the data forms were checked for
completeness and consistency;  any questions that arose during this data check were
referred to the appropriate Technical Contractor for resolution.  PRA also compared
the model plant data to information available from earlier studies, and differences
were explained by the Technical Contractors when possible.

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Some difficulties did arise  in the areas  of  data  review  and quality control.  The
response to the plant-specific surveys  for some  industries or  industry  segments
was very poor, making it difficult for  the Technical  Contractors  to generate
model plant data.  Where there was adequate  industry  response,  there  still  may
have been data lacking because the industry  respondent had no  information with
which to answer some of the  questions on  the survey form.  There  were also  prob-
lems with comparing the model  plant data  on  waste generation rates and  waste
amounts to data from earlier studies because the underlying assumptions in  the
earlier studies were not always clearly delineated.   However,  in  view of the
amount of data available on  hazardous waste  generation and management before  this
data collection effort, it becomes evident that  the existing data base  was  con-
siderably expanded.  In fact,  the data  base  developed for  this  study  is very  likely
the best currently available for the high-impact industries.

Approach

The generalized approach to  this study, once the model plant data had been  received
and reviewed by PRA, can be  described in five steps:

     1.  Determine which wastes are to  be considered  hazardous  and calculate  the
         amount of each waste generated in metric tons per year per plant
         (.WT/yr-plt) for each model plant;
     2.  Determine, based on the Interim Status  Standards, which  treatment/
         disposal technologies comply with the ISS and what  ISS technical  re-
         quirements apply to each technology;
     3.  Develop a unit cost or costs  of compliance with the  ISS  for  each  tech-
         nical requirement;
     4.  For each model plant and waste stream,  select the appropriate  treatment/
         disposal technology(ies), how  many  plants represented by the model use
         each technology, and what combinations  of technologies (for  more  than
         one waste stream) go together; and
     5.  Using the unit technical costs developed in  Step  3, calculate  the tech-
         nical cost of compliance with  the ISS for each  plant  represented  by  the
         model.

The Step 1 determination of which waste streams  would be considered hazardous was
made by the Technical Contractors and PRA, in conjunction  with EPA  personnel.
The amount of waste was either given as model plant data by  the Technical  Con-
tractor or calculated by PRA from other types of model plant data (e.g., waste

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generation rate and production).  The methodology for completing Steps 2 through
4 is described in later sections.  Step 5 was not done by PRA; all  necessary
model plant data, cost equations, and technology and technical requirement assign-
ments (from Steps 1 through 4) were provided to Arthur D. Little, Inc. and the
actual technical costs of compliance are being calculated at ADL.

                  Technology Selection^ and^ Application
                  of Technical Requirements and Costs

The underlying assumption in the selection of the hazardous waste management tech-
nologies to be assigned to plants represented by a model plant was  that a genera-
tor would continue, during the period of interim status, to use the same waste
management practice(s) currently being employed.  This assumption was set forth
by Office of Analysis and Evaluation (OAE) personnel as being representative of
reality in that interim status is a period during which existing facilities
that meet certain criteria will be regarded by EPA as being under permit while
the permit is being processed.  The only exception to this assumption would
occur if the waste management practice in question was definitely out of compli-
ance with the Interim Status Standards, such as disposal of free liquids in an
unlined landfill or .landfill ing of drummed waste.  PRA assessed each waste manage-
ment practice described in the model plant forms, and those that could not be
brought into compliance with the ISS regulations were eliminated.  New, RCRA-
compliant waste management technologies were substituted to handle the waste
streams thus affected.  Each potentially RCRA-compliant waste management option
shown to be used as current industry practice on the model plant forms was assigned
a number for future reference (see Appendix A for this list).

PRA found four principal sets of technical requirements that could be assigned
to waste treatment/disposal technologies in use by plants in a model to bring
these technologies into technical compliance with the ISS.  They were requirements
for closure, run-on/run-off control, fence and controlled access, and operating
and maintenance costs (for sludge dewatering).  In addition, off-site (commercial)
treatment/disposal was considered to be technical.  Not all requirements apply to
all treatment/disposal technologies.  Some technologies had no technical require-
ments; however, there may be non-technical requirements that will apply.  A
summary of which technical requirements apply to each treatment/disposal tech-
nology is shown in Table 1.  For ISS compliance costs to be determined, both
technical costs (discussed in this report) and non-technical costs (developed by
ADL) must be included.
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TABLE 1.  Application of Technical
          Waste Treatment/Disposal
Requirements
Options
to
Waste Treatment/Disposal
Code
Number
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Technology
On-site sanitary landfill
Off-site sanitary landfill
On-site open dump
On-site stockpile
On-site disposal surface impoundment
Plant does not generate hazardous
waste
On-site land treatment
Off-site land treatment
On-site incineration (no scrubber)
Off-site incineration (no scrubber)
Waste sent to POTW
Waste sold as soil conditioner
Off-site secure landfill
On-site secure landfill
On-site incineration (with scrubber)
Off-site incineration (with scrubber
Waste sent to solvent recovery
On-site tailings pond
On-site treatment/storage surface
impoundment
SI udge dewatering
Recycled on-site
Ocean disposal
Underground injection
Hydrolyzed
Burned as fuel
Steam stripped
Reprocessed/recycled off-site
Technical Requirements
None Closure
(00) (01)
X
xX(D
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Run-on/off Fence -
Control as needed
(02) (03)
X X
X X
X X
X

X X
X
X
Off-site On-site
only 0AM
(04) (05)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
x
X

X
                   (1) If the pile is managed as a landfill

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A discussion of each of these technical  requirements,  including  off-site
treatment/disposal and on-site technologies  that  have  no  technical  requirements,
fol 1 ows.

No Technical Requirements

For certain treatment/disposal technologies  there are  no  technical  requirements.
However,  there will most likely be non-technical  requirements  associated with
these technologies if they are used for the  management of hazardous waste.   Most
of these technologies - recycling, hydrolyzing,  burning as fuel, underground in-
jection,  and steam stripping, for example -  are  on-site processes.  Another  dis-
posal technology - ocean disposal - is covered by different regulations, making
technical requirements under RCRA superfluous.  Finally,  there are  no  technical
requirements for individual plants that do not generate hazardous wastes,  even
though other plants  represented  by the same model may generate such wastes.
Closure

Closure requirements, under the ISS apply to five types of on-site facilities:
incinerators, landfills (both secure and sanitary), land treatment,  surface im-
poundments (disposal and treatment/storage), and tailings ponds.   The closure
requirements for incinerators (both with and without scrubber) were  determined
by Arthur D. Little, Inc.  Assumptions regarding the distribution of plants using
various closure options are based on recommendations from EPA's Office of Solid
Waste (OSW).

The following sections - Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Land Treatment
Facilities - describe the technical assumptions and specifications used in the
development of closure costs associated with the Interim Status Standards.  The
design parameters for each of these disposal alternatives were specified by OSW
staff prior to the preparation of working designs and any technical  costs.  De-
tails of the technical cost development for each disposal option are provided
in Appendix B.
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Landfills.   All  on-site sanitary and secure  landfills have applicable costs for
closure.  There  are two closure cost equations  for  landfills, one  that  incorpor-
ates naturally-occurring clay in the final cover  and one  that incorporates a
membrane in the  cover.   The cost equations for  landfill closure  are:

     Y ($1000)  = 0.174  (X0-575)  (clay cover)                   (1)
     Y ($1000)  = 0.283  (X0-597)  (membrane cover)              (2)
     where:  Y  = cost of closure in thousands of  dollars;
             X  = waste  amount in MT/yr

The preceding equations were developed by determining  the technical  costs  asso-
ciated with the closure of landfills under the  proposed ISS.  A range of landfill
capacities was  considered in developing the  final cover specifications  and costs.
The following annual capacities and design  depths were  used  in  this  analysis:

            Annual  Capacity                         Design Depth (meters)
     (metric tons)     (cubic meters)
          1,000              883                             2
         10,000            8,333                             4
         25,000           20,833                             5
         50,000           41,667                             6
        100,000           83,333                             8

A conversion factor of 1.2 metric tons waste/cubic meter  waste  was used to deter-
mine the volume requirements of each landfill  cell  designed.   It was assumed  in
the landfill design that 70% of the available  landfill  cell  capacity would be
used for the disposal of waste, while the remaining volume of 30% would be needed
for daily and final cover materials.

At the time of closure, the landfill cell is assumed to be filled with  waste  and
daily cover (soil)  to its design depth, and  the surface graded  to a  5%  slope.
Consequently, the surface of the cell would  be  suitably graded  and compacted
prior to actual  cover construction and application.

As mentioned before, landfill closure is accomplished  using  a final  cover which
either incorporates on-site clay material or a  synthetic  membrane.  In  this

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analysis, it has been assumed that 50% of  the landfills will close using the clay
design and 50% will  use a  membrane cover.  This assumption was recommended by
OSW personnel, who used it in their closure  scenario.  Both cover designs possess
a one-foot-thick base of on-site compacted soil, which serves as a stabilizing
base for the application of the clay or membrane cover.

Naturally-occurring, on-site clay soil  is  applied  and compacted  to a depth of one
foot.  In this design, the clay soil  is assumed to exist on the  facility site and
is excavated, placed, and compacted on the landfill  cell.  A two-foot cover of
on-site soil is then applied and compacted over the clay soil layer.

The use of a synthetic membrane in the cover requires the  placement of a six-
inch layer of fine sand on the soil base,  and an additional six-inch layer of
sand on top of the membrane liner.  The membrane,  which consists of 20 mil PVC
fabric, is thus "sandwiched" between these two buffer layers of  sand.  The bottom
layer of sand prevents any punctures or tears in the liner and also acts as a
drainage layer for water which may pool on the liner surface.  A two-foot cover
of on-site soil is placed and compacted over the upper sand layer.

Both landfill cover .designs, clay and membrane, incorporate a perimeter trench
for the collection and disposal of water passing through the upper soil layer.
This ditch consists of a vitrified clay pipe which is situated directly above
either the clay or membrane liner.  Any water standing on  the liner is drained
from the cover via this system.  In addition, the  upper soil layer is revegetated
in both designs.

Engineering and contingency fees, each 10% of the  material and labor costs, were
included in both closure cost estimates.  Equations (1) and (2) were developed
by expressing annual waste capacity (in metric tons) with  total  capital dollars
expended in the year closure occurs.  All  costs are reported in  1st Quarter
1980 dollars.

Surface Impoundments.  The two costs for closure of surface impoundments are sim-
ilar to those for landfills in that one incorporates clay  and the other a membrane
in the cover.  The costs apply to both treatment/storage and disposal surface
impoundments and to tailings ponds (a type of disposal impoundment).  The assumed
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distribution  (from OSW's  closure  scenario) regarding the types of closure cover
is 75% using  clay  and  25% using membrane.  Because tailings ponds are generally
very large and closure costs would  consequently be quite high, the use of a cost
ceiling has been considered.   The figure at which this ceiling would be set is
as yet undecided.   The two closure  costs are:

     Y ($1000) =   60.48 (X0-982)        (clay cover)            (3)
     Y ($1000) = 101.01 (X0-947)        (membrane cover)        (4)
     where:  Y = cost  of closure  in thousands  of dollars;
             X = area  of surface  impoundment in acres.

When there is more than one surface impoundment per plant, it  is intended that
the closure costs  be calculated  for each impoundment separately and then added
together.

Cost equations (3) and (4) were  developed  by determining the technical costs
associated with the closure of surface impoundments under  the  proposed ISS.  As
with landfills, a  range of surface impoundment sizes was considered in preparing
the final  cover specifications and costs.  The following surface impoundment
capacities, specified  as surface area, and operating depths were used  in the
analysis:

                  Surface Area (acres)     Operating  Depth  (meters)
                         0.25                           2
                         1.00                           2
                         2.50                           3
                         5.00                           3
                        10.00                           4
                        25.00                           4

The operating depth of a surface impoundment  is  the depth  at which the water level
remains during normal  operating conditions.   It  is at  this level that  the capacity,
or operating  surface area (in  acres), of the  impoundment  is  determined.  Above  the
normal water  level is  one meter of freeboard  to  prevent wastewater from escaping
the impoundment during adverse operating conditions, plant emergencies, or  storm
events.
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At the time of closure,  the  surface  impoundment  is assumed to be filled with
stable, workable sludge  to 50%  of  its  original design volume.  The impoundment's
dikes (sides) must then  be plowed  into the  impoundment and graded to a 3% slope
before the actual  cover  construction can  begin.

The final cover for a  surface impoundment also incorporates either a clay liner
or synthetic membrane  liner, as it did in the closure designs for landfills.
There are no differences in  the cover  design specifications between landfills and
surface impoundments that elect to close  using a clay liner in the final cover.
The same is also true  between landfills and surface  impoundments that choose a
synthetic membrane as  their  final  cover.  Quantities of cover material, of
course, do vary between  landfills  and  surface impoundments due to differences
in size and construction techniques.  This  results in the variation between the
cost equations that represent each facility's closure costs.

Engineering and contingency  fees,  each 10%  of the material and labor costs, were
also included in both  closure cost estimates.  Equations (3) and (4) were de-
veloped by expressing  operating surface area (in acres) with total capital dollars
expended.  All costs are reported  in 1st  Quarter 1980 dollars.

Land Treatment Facilities.   The two  closure costs associated with on-site land
treatment facilities are:

     Y ($) = 2.50 X                              (5)
     Y ($) = 81.25 X                             (6)
     Where:  Y = cost  of closure in  dollars;
             X = waste amount in MT/yr.

The cost given in Equation  (5)  is  the  one that applies to most of the land treat-
ment facilities; this  represents a revegetation  cost.  Equation (6) gives the
closure cost for those facilities  that, becuase  of contaminated soil, must remove
the top eight inches of  soil from the  land  treatment facility and dispose of the
soil as a hazardous waste.   OSW staff  recommended that PRA assume that 10% of
the land treatment facilities will need to  close in  this manner.

To determine the technical costs associated with the closure of land treatment
facilities, it was necessary to select a  waste application rate, on an acre basis,
that would be typical  of land treatment disposal. Based on background data and

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recommendations from EPA's  Office of Solid Waste,  an  application  rate of 800
metric tons/acre/year was  selected.

In those facilities which  contain contaminated soil  (an  assumed 10% of the faci-
lities), the contaminated  material  must be excavated, transported, and disposed
of as a hazardous waste.   The cost for transportation is $12.50/MT, and the
disposal cost is $30.50/MT.  Once the soil has been  removed,  the  site is graded
and revegetated.  An engineering fee of 7% and a contingency  of 10% was added
to the cost of performing  this closure procedure.

As specified by OSW staff,  the upper eight inches  of soil would be removed from
a contaminated facility.   The total  cost to remove and dispose of the waste and
re-landscape the facility  is estimated to be $65,000/acre.  At the application
rate of 800 MT/acre, the  resulting cost is $81.25/MT.

In those facilities which  do not contain any contaminated soil at the time of
closure (90% of the cases), revegetation of the site is  the only  technical cost
requirement.  At $2000/acre for revegetation, and the same  application rate, the
cost for these facilities  is $2.50/MT.

Other Technical Requirements and Costs

Additional technical requirements and costs are incurred by specific disposal
facilities as a result of the proposed ISS.  The following  two requirements -
run-off/run-on control and fence/controlled access - were examined by ADL staff,
compliance designs prepared, and cost estimates developed.  The two sections be-
 low  describe these technical requirements and the cost  equations submitted by
ADL for our review.

Run-On/Run-Off Control.   There is a requirement for  run-on/run-off control tech-
nology for on-site secure  and sanitary landfills and land treatment facilities.
Included as landfills are  open dumps and waste piles. Little data have been
collected thus far on the  percent of facilities with run-on/run-off control.
Scenarios developed by OSW assumed that all land treatment  facilities have run-on/
run-off control technology in place and that no landfills or  waste piles have it.
Because no hard data were  available, OSW told PRA to use these assumptions.  No
other types of facilities  are required to have run-on/run-off control.  The equa-
tion for calculating the  cost of run-on/run-off control  is:

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     Y ($)  = 3,100 +  304.3  (x-3255)                        (7)
     where:   Y  = cost of  run-on/run-off control  in dollars;
             X  = waste amount  in  MT/yr.

Fence/Controlled Access.  The  need  for  a fence and controlled access is included
in the RCRA regulations under  the broader heading of  "Security".  The fence is
the only part of the  security  requirement that is considered technical, so the
fence, although it is a technical requirement, is considered to be part of the
non-technical security requirements in  the development of costs.  The existence
of a fence  at a facility  is  part  of the technical description, so PRA did the
assignment  (as  needed) of the  fence requirement  to a  waste  treatment/disposal
technology.   A  hazardous  waste treatment/disposal facility  is considered to be
fenced if it is part  of a larger  plant  area that is fenced.  A fence and con-
trolled access  is required  for incinerators, secure and  sanitary landfills (in-
cluding waste piles and open dumps),  land treatment facilities, and surface im-
poundments  (including tailings ponds).   It has been assumed that all incinerators
and land treatment facilities  have  a  fence and controlled access or the equivalent.
Data on the present use of  fences for on-site landfills  and surface impoundments
by various  industries were  obtained from industry sources or the judgment of
people familiar with,  the  industry.   If  there was more than  one surface impoundment
at a plant,  the fence requirement was applied to each impoundment separately for
the purpose of  calculating  costs.  The  need for  a fence  and controlled access did
not occur very  frequently,  except in  the Leather Tanning and Nonferrous industries.
Therefore,  when a fence was  required  for more than one technology used by a model
plant, an effort was  made to apply  all  technologies having  fence requirements
to a single group of  plants  represented by the model.  The  cost equations for a
fence and controlled  access  for landfills and surface impoundments are:

     Y ($)  = 325 + 540.9  (x-3255)    (landfill)                   (8)
     Y ($)  = 325 + 10,018.1  (Z*5)    (surface impoundment)         (9)
     where:   Y  = cost of  fence and  controlled access  in  dollars;
             X  = waste amount  in  MT/yr;
             Z  = surface  area  of  impoundment in  acres.

Operating and Maintenance

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in this study - for sludge dewatering.  This was  considered to be an incremental
0 & M requirement to improve  the  performance of existing equipment.  The percent
solids for each waste stream  was  included  as part of each set of data for a
model plant.  The baseline situation  in this study, given by OAE personnel, was
with BAT or PSES in place, including  any sludge dewatering to meet these regula-
tions.  Sludge dewatering would still be required under RCRA if, with BAT or
PSES dewatering in place, the sludge  contained free liquids.  This was assumed
to be the case for the high-impact  industries  in  this  study if a biological
sludge contained less than 20% solids or an inorganic  sludge contained less than
40% solids.  Different cut-off points may  be selected  for other industries,
depending on the nature of the sludge;  the assignment  of technical requirements
would remain the same.  Although  it is  not the case that BAT and PSES are currently
in place in the high-impact industries, the technologies used and sludge amounts
generated under BAT/PSES could be quite accurately estimated because the Effluent
Guidelines contractors doing  the  BAT/PSES  studies were the Technical Contractors
who collected RCRA data.

The general guidelines used in this study  for  RCRA-compliant disposal of sludge
allow wet (underwatered) sludge to  be disposed in:  on-site land treatment facili-
ties; on-site disposal surface impoundments; on-site secure landfills that are
lined and have a leachate collection/removal system; and off-site secure land-
fills (liner and leachate collection/removal system assumed).  Disposal of wet
sludge in any type of facility would  also  be permissible if, when the sludge is
combined with other wastes for disposal in the same facility, the total waste
disposed is non-flowing.  The off-site  disposal of wet sludge may be prohibitively
expensive due to the high cost of transportation  and disposing a large volume of
waste that is primarily water. Under the  assumptions  used in this study, however,
off-site secure landfill disposal of wet sludge is in  compliance with the ISS.

The cost for sludge dewatering is considered to be an  incremental cost to improve
the performance of dewatering equipment that would be  present with BAT/PSES
technology in place.  It is applied as  a constant cost per metric ton of wet or
dewatered sludge.  This cost  was  developed by  Arthur D. Little, Inc.

Off-Site Disposal

The off-site (commercial) disposal  of hazardous waste  is considered to be technical
in nature, although it is not a technical  requirement.  In the application of costs,

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off-site disposal  is  treated  as  a  technical cost; it includes both the costs
to dispose at the  facility  and transportation.  The principal assumption made
concerning off-site facilities was that off-site secure landfills are lined and
have leachate collection  and  removal  systems.  All off-site disposal costs were
developed by ADL personnel.   These costs must be included, along with the other
technical costs and the non-technical  costs, in any estimate of the cost of
compliance with the ISS.

Closure Time Estimates

The proposed Interim  Status Standards specify that all closure activities must
be completed in accordance  with  an approved closure plan within six months of
receiving the final volume  of wastes. The feasibility of this six-month allow-
ance for the closure  of facilities under the proposed ISS regulations was investi-
ated for the Office of  Solid  Waste.  The study focused on developing the time
estimates for the  closure of  surface  impoundments and landfills in accordance
with the requirements of  the  full  status standards proposed in September 1979.
The closure of containers,  tanks,  and incinerators should, under normal operating
conditions, not require longer than six months to complete.  Landfills and sur-
face impoundments, however, will require time extensions in the closure plan for
a number of circumstances.  The  results of the analysis have been included in
this report, and can  be found in Appendix C.

Technical Design Variations - Landfills

In an effort to determine whether there is any existing bias in the unit costs
of landfills based on their size,  two new landfill capacities were designed and
their costs estimated.  These designs were prepared in compliance with the
September 4, 1979  draft of  the RCRA regulations and represent probable extremes
in landfill capacity.

Cost estimates were developed for landfills with operating depths of two and
eight meters and with volumes of 200  MT/year and 500,000 MT/year, respectively.
Each design was for an  on-site  facility.  From the costs reported in Table 2,
and represented graphically in Figure 1, it appears that the unit cost for large
facilities approaches a minimum  cost  of approximately $25.00/MT.  This is probably
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a function of the operating depth  of the landfill  cell.   At  a  depth of  six meters
and greater (up to 8 meters)  landfills  of large capacities can be  constructed
using less land than similar landfills  with shallower depths.   Hence, this will
tend to reduce the facility costs  as costs for larger capacities are developed.


 TABLE  2:   SECURE  LANDFILL  DISPOSAL  COSTS

                     SECURE  LANDFILL:   SUBURBAN LOCATION

      CAPACITY  (MT/YR)          ON-SITE  COST  ($/MT)      OFF-SITE COST  ($/MT)
             200                       350                     	*
           1,200                       148                     319
           7,200                        64                      88
          24,000                        41                      50
          60,000                     	*                     36
         500,000                        25                     	*
*Costs were not developed for these cases because they were not part of the ori-
 ginal secure landfill cost development.  The costs that were developed for these
 sizes were done later at the request of EPA.

In considering the very small landfills (e.g., less than 1000 MT/yr) it is diffi-
cult to draw conclusive results from the data.  At the 200 MT/yr capacity, the
maximum operating depth appears to be two meters.  At depths greater than two
meters, the size of the cell would be prohibitively small (in order to maintain
this capacity).  Although the capital cost for the 200 MT/yr facility is rela-
tively small, the unit costs are considerable due to its limited capacity.  The
data may also be misleading in that at the 1200 MT/yr facility, the operating
depth is six meters.  It is difficult to compare these cost estimates with those
developed at 200 MT/yr with its shallow depth of two meters.

Waste Containerization

PRA conducted a telephone survey of facilities that currently accept hazardous

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   wastes  to  determine  the costs  for  disposing  drummed and bulk wastes.  Nine state
   pollution  control  agencies  were contacted  to obtain the names of approved facili-
   ties  that  accept  hazardous  wastes  for  disposal.  Eighteen disposal facilities
   were  contacted  and the  facility operators  were asked about the prices charged
   for waste  disposal (excluding  transportation).  Facilities in various parts of
   the United States  were  contacted in order  to get data on the range of costs
   incurred by plants in all geographical  areas.

   The responses PRA  received  varied  from unwillingness to participate  in the survey
   to  giving  us the  requested  price information.  Some facility operators did not want
   to  give out information over the telephone;  some felt that their disposal prices
   were  so variable  (based on  the waste and its constituents) that they could not
   provide data that  were  meaningful.  Six facilities provided information; this is
   summarized in Table  3.
TABLE 3:  SUMMARY OF DATA COLLECTED ON WASTE DISPOSAL  COSTS
Facility
1
2
3
4
5
6
State
KS
MO
CA
CA
NY
NY
Disposal Costs - $/h
(Excluding Transports
Drummed Waste
Liquid: $26.40-42.00
Solid: $48.00-64.00
Solid: $72.00-80.00
$60.00
Liquid: $11.60-16.80
Solid: $70.00-180.00
$74.00
Solid: $96.00-320.00
IT
tion)
Bulk Waste
$27.00-32.00 (sludge)
$35.00-43.00 (sludge)
Liquid: $12.60
Solid: $43.50-65.00

$66.00 (sludge)
$66.00-88.00 (sludge)
Comments
Price reflects waste
constituents and what
must be done to the
waste prior to disposal
Operator feels that
prices will probably
double when RCRA Sub-
title C regulations
are implemented.



Sludge disposal cost
depends on amount of
pre-disposal treat-
ment needed.

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As is evident from the data in Table 3,  hazardous waste disposal  prices  are  ex-
tremely variable.  Although no substantial  conclusions can be drawn from this
rather limited data base, Table 3 does give an indication of current disposal
prices at secure landfills.

Another aspect of this study of waste container!zation was the determination of
which wastes generated by the high-impact industries would likely be containerized
by a plant in compliance with the RCRA regulations.   Any of the high-impact
industry wastes considered to be potentially hazardous could be containerized
for disposal.  However, large amounts of nonflowing  waste (such as sludge) would
most likely be disposed in bulk.  Unless they are generated in very large amounts
(making transportation by tank truck cost-effective), liquid wastes would probably
be containerized for disposal.

Under the Interim Status Standards promulgated on May 19, 1980, however, drums
(empty or full) may not be disposed in any type of landfill.  This is to prevent
the eventual corrosion of the drums that may result  in slumping and disturbance
of the final cover.  Thus, although small amounts of solid waste and most liquid
wastes may  still  be containerized for transportation to an off-site disposal
facility, they must.be disposed in bulk  form.  Bulk  liquid waste may be  landfilled
if the landfill has a liner that is chemically and physically resistant  to the
liquid, and if the landfill also has a functioning leachate collection and re-
moval system capable of handling all leachate produced.

               Treatment/Disposal Technology Assignment

The assignment of treatment/disposal technologies that would be in compliance
with the ISS to plants in (or represented by) a model plant (Step 4) was done
on an industry-specific basis for six of the high-impact industries.  As men-
tioned earlier, the underlying assumption in this assignment procedure was that
a generator would continue to use the same waste management practice(s)  under
the Interim Status Standards as are currently being  used, unless practice(s)
would definitely be out of compliance with the ISS regulations.  To generalize
the procedure, the percentage of plants  using a given waste management practice
was taken from the model plant data form and was applied to the number of plants
in that model.  Thus, each set of plants represented by a model was indicative
of the variety of current practice waste management  technologies that was
described on the model plant data form.
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For the purpose of technology assignment,  surface impoundments  were separated
into two types - disposal  and treatment/storage.   Disposal  impoundments  included
tailings ponds, sludge lagoons, and other  surface impoundments  in which  the  solid
wastes would likely remain at closure.   Treatment/storage surface impoundments
are those facilities used  primarily for the treatment and/or storage of  waste-
water; if the water in these impoundments  contains priority pollutants,  the  im-
poundments were included in the RCRA costing.   Such impoundments  included
biological wastewater treatment lagoons, holding  ponds,  and polishing ponds.
The underlying assumption  concerning treatment/storage impoundments was  that the
solid wastes in them would be  dredged at regular  intervals  (for proper operation
under BPT or BAT - not a RCRA-induced cost) and that the dredged  sludge  would be
disposed on-or off-site with any other sludge  in  a RCRA-compliant facility (the
sludge disposal was a RCRA-induced cost).

The method used for integrating treatment/storage surface impoundments into  the
model plants and combining them with disposal  technologies  varied from industry
to industry.  It was done  in as plant-specific a  way as  possible, based  on
available data and the Technical Contractors'  knowledge  of  the industries.

Upon completion of the assignment of waste management technologies and treatment/
storage surface impoundments to model plants,  the applicable technical require-
ments (from Table 1) were  listed for each  technology.  This information  was
summarized on RCRA Waste Management Summary sheets; these were sent, along with
equations for the technical costs developed by PRA, to Arthur D.  Little, Inc.
for the calculation of the technical and non-technical costs.  A copy of each
of these waste management  summary sheets can be found in Appendix D.

The following sections describe, by industry,  the method and assumptions under-
lying the assignment of waste disposal  technologies and  treatment/storage surface
impoundments.

Inorganic Chemicals

Determination of current practice and the assignment of waste management tech-
nologies to model plants was done by PRA on a  plant-specific basis for the Titanium
Dioxide and Sodium Dichromate subcategories.  This was possible because  there were
relatively few plants in each model and enough plant-specific survey forms were
available for use in characterizing current practice.  In the Chlor-Alkalai  and

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and Chrome Pigments subcategories the model  plant data  were used  to  establish
current practice; additional  information was obtained from the  plant-specific
surveys when possible.   Because both the plant-specific and model  plant data
for the Chlor-Alkalai  subcategory were very  limited,  it was necessary  for  PRA
to make some assumptions concerning which waste management technologies were
generally used together.  In  making these assumptions,  a consistent  method was
selected and used for the two segments of this subcategory.  In this industry,
10% of the plants were indicated on the model  plant forms as needing a fence
and controlled access.

Sludge dewatering was included for all subcategories  except Chlorine-Mercury
Cell Process and Chrome Pigments.  The latter subcategory produces a wastewater
treatment sludge that is 35%  solids; the Technical Contractor felt that the
sludge would be non-flowing at that solids content.  The criteria used to  deter-
mine the need for sludge dewatering were those described earlier  in  the section
entitled "Operating and Maintenance".

The data used to describe surface impoundments in terms of surface area, number
of plants with impoundments,  and number of impoundments per plant were obtained
from the Technical Contractor.  In most cases, it was assumed that if  a generator
was using surface impoundments for disposal  of most or all of the waste,  all
surface impoundments at that  plant were disposal impoundments.  Any  exceptions
to this were made in cases where there was either a large number  of  surface  im-
poundments per plant or a small portion of the waste  was going  to a  disposal  im-
poundment.  Integration of treatment/storage surface  impoundments with other
disposal technologies was done by assigning each disposal technology a plant with
treatment/storage impoundments until all plants having surface  impoundments had
been accounted for.  This was facilitated by the fact that all  Titanium Dioxide
and Chrome Pigments plants have surface impoundments  and that the impoundments
in the Sodium Dichromate subcategory could be assigned on a plant-specific basis.

Leather Tanning and Finishing

The assignment of waste management technologies to model plants in the Leather
Tanning industry was done by  the Technical Contractor and provided to  PRA.  When
more than one waste stream was described as  being sent to the same type of dis-
posal  facility, it was  assumed that the wastes were disposed together.  Information
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on facilities needing a fence and controlled  access  was  also  provided  on  a
model plant basis by the Technical  Contractor.   Criteria used to  determine  the
need for sludge dewatering (from 4% solids  to 30% solids)  were those described
earlier in the "Operating and Maintenance"  section.   The integration of treatment/
storage surface impoundments  into the  model  plants was  done on a  plant-specific
basis, based on the Technical Contractor's  knowledge of the industry.

Metals Mining

This industry group originally included uranium mines as well as  the metals  mines.
No RCRA-related work was done on model  plants for uranium mines,  however, because
the uranium mining waste is covered under other regulations than  RCRA.

The only waste in the Metals  Mining industry considered potentially hazardous
under the Interim Status Standards was tailings, which are disposed entirely in
on-site tailings ponds.  Tailings ponds were considered to be a type of disposal
surface impoundment, with all appropriate technical  requirements  for this type
of facility applying.  The need for a  fence was indicated in  data provided  by
the Technical Contractor.  There were  no treatment/storage surface impoundments
in the industry that, qualified for coverage under RCRA.

Nonferrous Metal Smelting and Refining

The assignment of waste management technologies to model plants was based on the
information in the model plant data form and some additional  information  from
the Technical Contractor.  Most of the wastes considered to be potentially  hazard-
ous under the ISS are those that are open-dumped on-site or sent  to off-site
sanitary landfills.  The disposal of wastes in stockpiles (as indicated on  the
model plant forms) is primarily done with slag-type  wastes, which are  not listed
by EPA as potentially hazardous.  The  use of off-site disposal facilities by
primary metals plants was based on the 20%  use of off-site facilities  indicated
on the model plant forms.  The model plant  forms also indicated that 14%  of the
secondary metals plants use on-site disposal; this was  expressed  in the  tech-
nology assignment procedure as one of  the disposal methods for sludge  from  plants
in the Secondary Lead with Battery Cracking subcategory.  This distribution of
off- and on-site disposal in primary and secondary metals plants  was described
by the Technical Contractor as the one most reflective of current industry  practice.
The need for a fence and controlled access  was included in the data on the  model
plant forms.
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All of the surface impoundments used in the Nonferrous  Smelting and Refining
industry that would potentially be affected by RCRA are treatment/storage  sur-
face  impoundments.  The number of plants with impoundments and the number  of
impoundments per plant were taken directly from data provided by the Technical
Contractor.  The plants with surface impoundments were  integrated with  the dis-
posal technologies by first assigning surface impoundments to the plants using
on-site disposal technologies.  This was assumed to be  closest to industry prac-
tice because the number of plants with treatment/storage surface impoundments
was very close to the number of plants located in rural areas, where land  for
on-site disposal and impoundments would be available.  Any remaining plants with
surface impoundments were then assigned to those using  off-site disposal  tech-
nologies.

Organic Chemicals

The assignment of waste management technologies and treatment/storage surface
impoundments was done using the data on the model plant forms and supplementary
waste management technology and surface impoundment data provided by the Tech-
nical Contractor.  No disposal surface impoundments are in use by the segments of
the industry that were studied.

Textiles

Current practice in the Textiles industry was not described on a model  plant
basis by the Technical Contractor because there were not sufficient data.   Waste-
water treatment sludge disposal was described for direct and indirect dischargers,
and information on disposal practices for solvents was  taken from the plant-
specific survey  forms.  Approximately 15% of the plants responding to  the Tech-
nical Contractor's survey indicated that they generated solvents; this  percentage
was applied to the plants in each model.  It was also assumed that solvents and
sludge were generated independently of each other, and  that sludge from the Wool
Scouring, Nonwoven, and Felted Fabric subcategories was not hazardous.  The
plants in each model were assigned disposal technologies in proportion  to  the
overall use of the technologies in the industry.  All solvent wastes were  assigned
to off-site secure landfills, because none of the sanitary landfills described
in the model plant forms was lined.  Some adjustments to the number of plants  in
a model using a given disposal technology were made to  accomodate disposal sur-
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face impoundments when data from the Technical  Contractor indicated  that  they
are used.  Criteria used to determine the need  for sludge dewatering (from  2.5%
solids to 20% solids) are those given in the earlier section on operating and
maintenance requirements.

The integration of plants with treatment/storage surface impoundments with  the
disposal technology assignment was a two-step process; the data on  number of
plants in a subcategory and number of impoundments per plant were provided  by
the Technical Contractor.  The first step was to assign to a plant  currently
using a disposal impoundment the appropriate number of treatment/storage  im-
poundments to make up the full complement of surface impoundments per plant for
a given subcategory.  The second step was to assign a full complement of  treat-
ment/disposal surface impoundments to each of the remaining groups  of plants
within the model having a distinct waste management technology (or  technologies)
starting with the group with the greatest number of plants in it to  the one with
the least.  This was repeated until all  complements of treatment/storage  surface
impoundments had been allocated.  It was assumed that those subcategories in
which the sludge was not hazardous did not have treatment/storage surface
impoundments that needed to be regulated under RCRA.
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                        LIMITS TO THE  ANALYSIS


The primary purpose of this study was  to  provide  technical  cost  and  technology

assignment data to Arthur D.  Little,  Inc.  for use in an Economic Impact Assess-

ment of the ISS regulations.   In addition,  several  brief,  related studies  (e.g.,

closure time estimates, landfill design variations, waste  containerization) were

undertaken at EPA request.   This report,  therefore, describes what was done by

PRA in the context of the entire ElA  project.   The  study was  limited to some ex-

tent by both time and data  constraints, and some  overall assumptions had to be

made that may not have been entirely  reflective of  reality.   A summary of  the

major limitations and assumptions follows:


     t  The assumption that a facility will  continue its current disposal
        practice under the  ISS may not be  entirely  accurate,  in  that some
        facilities may incur a substantial  increase in disposal  cost.if
        current practice is maintained.   A least-cost method  could not be
        used, however, because total  ISS  compliance costs  were not available
        in time to use them in the waste  management technology assignment
        decisions.

     0  The baseline situation with regard to sludge amounts  and characteris-
        tics was ?ssumed to be with BAT and PSES  in place;  although  it is  recog-
        nized that this is  not the case for all plants.

       For some high-impact industries or industry segments, the response
        to the surveys was  very poor;  this  resulted in difficulties  for the
        Technical Contractor when model plant data  were developed.

     t  Some of the information needed for this study was  unavailable because
        the facility owner/operator did not have  the information that was
        requested.  Testing sludges for their potentially  hazardous  constitu-
        ents, for example,  has been done  by very  few sludge generators.  Gen-
        eration rates for many wastes  were based  on limited and  highly variable
        data.
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                    APPENDICES
.Appendix  A:   Code  Sheets  for Technical  Requirements
              and Treatment/Disposal  Options

 Appendix  B:   Details  of Technical  Cost  Development

 Appendix  C:   Time  Estimates  for the  Closure  of Land-
              fills and  Surface Impoundments

.Appendix  D:   RCRA  Waste Management Summary Sheets

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                              APPENDIX A



                   TECHNICAL RHQUIREMENT  CODES  -  ISS


00 - No Technical requirements

01 - Closure (on-site facilities)  applies to:

        incinerators
        landfills
        land treatment
        surface impoundments
        tailings ponds

02 - Run-off/run-on control  (on-site facilities)  applies  to:

        landfills

03 - Fence (on-site facilities) applies,  as needed,  to:

        incinerators
        landfills
        surface impoundments
        tailings ponds

04 - Applicable off-site costs

05 - Applicable on-site O&M cost applies  to:

        dewatering of sludge
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            DISPOSAL OPTION CODES  -  CURRENT  PRACTICE  (ISS)

01 - On-site sanitary landfill
02 - Off-site sanitary landfill
03 - On-site open dump (treat as  sanitary landfill)
04 - On-site stockpile (treat as  sanitary landfill)
05 - On-site disposal surface impoundment
06 - Plant does not generate hazardous  waste
07 - On-site land treatment
08 - Off-site land treatment
09 - On-site incineration (no scrubber)
10 - Off-site incineration (no scrubber)
11 - Waste sent to POTW (off-site)
12 - Waste sold as soil conditioner  (off-site)
13 - Off-site secure landfill
14 - On-site secure landfill
15 - On-site incineration (with scrubber)
16 - Off-site incineration (with  scrubber)
17 - Waste sent to solvent recovery  (off-site)
18 - On-site tailings pond
19 - On-site treatment/storage surface  impoundment
20 - Sludge dewatering (on-site O&M  cost)
21 - Recycled on-site
22 - Ocean disposal
23 - Underground injection
24 - Hydrolyzed
25 - Burned as fuel
26 - Steam stripped
27 - Reprocessed or recycled off-site
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28 - Waste sold as by-product
29 - Sold to Tenderer
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                                 APPENDIX B

                    DETAILS OF TECHNICAL COST DEVELOPMENT
I.   LANDFILL  DESIGN
    A.   Range  of Operating Sizes and Depths

              Annual  Capacity

        Metric Tons        Cubic Meters

            1,000                833
           10,000              8,333
           25,000             20,833
           50,000             41,667
          100,000             83,333

    B.   Design Assumptions
Operating Depth

      Meters

        2
        4
        5
        6
        8
        1.   1.2 metric  tons of waste  per  cubic meter  (m ) volume of waste
        2.   side  slopes are 2:1  (run: rise)
        3.   bottom  dimensions are square
        4.   existing  bottom and  side  liner  thickness  is one meter
        5.   landfill  capacity designed  for  70% waste  volume and 30% cover materials
        6.   final cover dimensions allow  for cover over cell and liner sides
        7.   all soil  and clay soil materials for clay cover are obtained on-site
        8.   sand  needed for synthetic membrane cover  is obtianed off-site
        9.   each  landfill cell has been filled with waste and daily cover and
            then  graded to a slope of 5%  before final cover application
       10.   engineering fee of 10% includes permit application, design, and certi-
            fication  fees
    C.   Dimensional  Calculations
                J
                                           2h
        1.   Assumptions:  a=b,  2h=a=b,  and w=l

            a  =  b  =  corner dimension
            w      =  bottom width
            1      =  bottom length
            h      =  operating height

        2.   Volume = (h^wa) +  (h-l-b)  +  (h-w-1) + 4/3  (h-a-b) = 2(h-w-a) +
            (h-w2) + 4/3  (h-a2)

        3.   Top  cover dimension:  w +  (2-2h) and 1 +  (2-2h)
        4.   Examples:  h=2m   Therefore, 2h=a=b=4m
                      w=21m
                      l=21m
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o  Volume = 2 (2-21-4)  + (2-212)  + 4/3  (2-42)  =  1261m3

Top cover dimension: h  = 2m + 1m  (existing  liner) = 3m
                     Therefore, 2h=a=b=6m

9  Top cover dimension  = 21 + (2-6)  and 21  +  (2-6) = 33m by 33m
                           B-2

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D.  Costs:  Landfill Design #1 (Clay)
                                           Sizes in Thousand MT's
Component

1.  Stabilizing base of soil
  - cut, spread, and compact
    @ $3.00/m3

2.  Compacted clay liner
  - excavate, spread, and
    compact @ $3.50/n3

3.  Soil cover
  - cut, spread, and compact
    G> $3.00/mJ

4.  Perimeter collection ditch
  - trench and pipe @ $18.00/m

5.  Revegetation @ $1000/acre
6.  Engineering @ 10%

7.  Sub-total

8.  Contingency @ 10%

9.  TOTAL

    ($1,000)
1
408
1,224
408
1,428
817
10
1,683
5,049
1,683
5,891
3,367
25
3,105
9,315
3,105
10,868
6,211
50
4,959
14,877
4,959
17,357
9,919
100
7,562
22,686
7,562
26,467
15,123
 2,451   10,101   18,633   29,757   45,369
137
2,466
0.269
269
273
4,914
1.109
1,109
369
6,642
2.046
2,046
465
8,370
3.267
3,267
573
10,314
4.981
4,981
   784    2,706    4,750    7,363   10,982

$8,622  $29,770  $52,254  $80,991 $120,799

   862    2,977    5.225    8,099   12,080

$9,484  $32,747  $57,479  $89,090 $132,879

 (9.5)   (32.7)   (57.5)   (89.1)  (132.9)
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 E.  Costs:  Landfill  Design #2 (Membrane)
                                               Sizes in Thousand MT's
 Component

 1.  Stabilizing base of soil
   - cut, spread, and compact
     @ $3.00/m3

 2.  Buffer layers of sand
   - purchase and spread @
     $6.25/m3

 3.  Synthetic membrane liner
   - purchase and install  @
     $5.00/mz

 4.  Soil cover
   - cut, spread, and compact
     @ $3.00/mJ

 5.  Perimeter collection ditch
   - trench and pipe @ $18.00/m

 6.  Revegetation @ $1000/acre
 7.  Engineering @

 8.  Sub-Total

 9.  Contingency @ 10%

10.  TOTAL

     ($1,000)
1
408
1,224
359
2,244
1,225
6,125
817
2,451
137
2,466
0.269
269
1,478
$16,257
1,626
$17,883
10
1,683
5,049
1,481
9,256
4,761
23,805
3,367
10,101
273
4,914
1.109
1,109
5,423
$59,657
5,966
$65,623
25
3,105
9,315
2,733
17,081
8,649
43,245
6,211
18,633
369
6,642
2.046
2,046
9,696
$106,658
10,666
$117,324
50
4,959
14,877
4,364'
27,275
13,689
68,445
9,919
29,757
465
8,370
3.267
3,267
15,199
$167,190
16,719
$183,909
100
7,562
22,686
6,654
41,588
20,736
103,680
15,123
45,369
573
10,314
4.981
4,981
22,862
$251,480
25,148
$276,628
(65.6)    (117.3)    (183.9)    (276.6)
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II.   SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT  DESIGN

     A.   Range of Operating  Sizes and  Depths

         Treatment/Storage Capacity

            Surface Area  (acres)

                   0.25
                   1.00
                   2.50
                   5.00
                  10.00
                  25.00

     B.   Design Assumptions
Operating Depth

      Meters

        2
        2
        3
        3
        4
        4
         1.   side slopes  are  2:1  (runrrise)
         2.   bottom length  dimension  is  twice  bottom width dimension
         3.   existing bottom  and  side liner  thickness  is one meter
         4.   final  cover  dimensions allow  for  cover over impoundment and liner
             s i des
         5.   all  soil  and clay  soil materials  for  clay cover are obtained on-site
         6.   sand needed  for  synthetic membrane  cover  is obtained off-site
         7.   one meter freeboard  is maintained above operating water level
         8.   after  impoundment  is  drained, there remains stable, workable sludge
             at  50% of the  original design volume  of the impoundment
         9.   the impoundment's  dikes  are cut and placed into the impoundment and
             then graded  to a slope of 3% before final cover application
        10.   engineering  fee  of 10% includes permit application, design, and cer-
             tification fees
     C.   Dimensional  Calculations
                                                         2h
         1.   Assumptions:   a=b,  2h=a=b,  and  2w=l

             a = b = corner dimension
             w     = bottom width
             1     = bottom length
             h     = operating height

         2.   Volume = (h-w-a)  +  (h-l-b)  + (h-w-1)  +  4/3  (h-a-b)

         3.   Top cover dimension =  w + (2-2h)  and  1  + (2-2h)
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4.  Examples:  h=2m  Therefore, 2h=a=b=4m
               w=17m
               l=34m

    t  Volume = (2-17-4)  + (2-34-4)  +  (2-17-34) + 4/3  (2-4-4) = 1607m3

    Top cover dimension:   h = 2m + 1m  (freeboard) + 1m (existing liner) = 4m
                          Therefore, 2h=a=b=8m

    o  Top cover dimension:  17+(2-8)  and  34 +  (2-8) = 33m by 50m
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 D.  Costs:  Surface Impoundment Desiqn #1 (Clay)
                                              Operating Area  (Acres)
 Component

 1.  Fill  and slope require-
     ments
   - cut and fill  9 $1.50/nr

 2.  Stabilizing base of
     soil
   - cut,  spread,  and compact
     @ $3.00/m3

 3.  compacted clay liner
   - excavate, spread, and
     compact (3 $3.50/nT

 4.  Soil  cover
   - cut,  spread,  and com-
     pact  (3 $3.00/m3

 5.  Perimeter collection
     ditch
   - trench and pipe @
     $18.00/m

 6.  Revegetation  @
     $1000/acre
 7.   Engineering @ 10%

 8.   Sub-total

 9.   Contingency @ 10%

10.   TOTAL

     ($1000)
0.25
2,078
3,117
619
1,857
619
2,167
1,238
3,714
171
3,078
0.408
408
1,434
$15,775
1,578
$17,353
(17.4)
1.00
9,442
14,163
2,016
6,048
2,016
7,056
4,032
12,096
309
5,562
1.328
1,328
4,625
$50,878
5,088
$55,966
(56.0)
2.50
30,607
45,911
4,544
13,632
4,544
15,904
9,089
27,267
463
8,334
3.102
3,102
11,415
$125,565
12,557
$138,122
(138.1)
5.00
66,281
99,422
8,568
25,704
8,568
29,988
17,136
51,408
637
11,466
5.644
5,644
22,363
$245,995
24,600
$270,595
(270.6)
10.00
169,623
254,435
16,624
49,872
16,624
58,184
33,248
99,744
887
15,966
10.95
10,950
 48,915
$538,066
53,807
$591,873
(591.9)
25.00
497,634
746,451
39,994
119,982
39,994
139,979
79,988
239,964
1,379
24,822
26.344
26,344
129,754
$1,427,296
142,730
$1,570,026
(1570.0)
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 E.  Costs:   Surface Impoundment  Design  $2  (Membrane)
                                            Operating  Area  (Acres)
 Component                0.25      1.00      2.50       5.00      10.00       25.00
1.

_

2.

-

3.

-

4.

-

5.
-

6.

-

7.


Fill and slope
requirements
cut and fill @
$1.50/m3
Stabil i zing base
of soil
cut, spread, and
compact @ $3.00/m3
Buffer layers of
sand
purchase and spread
@ $6.25/m3
Synthetic membrane
1 i ner
purchase and install
@ $5.00/m2
Soil cover
cut, spread, and
compact @ $3.00/mJ
Perimeter collection
ditch
trench and pipe @
$18.00/m
Revegetation G>
$1000/acre


2,078

3,117

619

1,857

545

3,406

1,820

9,100
1,238

3,714

171

3,078

0.408
408

9,442

14,163

2,016

6,048

1,774

11,088

5,684

28,420
4,032

12,096

309

5,562

1.328
1,328

30,607

45,911

4,544

13,632

3,999

24,994

12,580

62,900
9,089

27,267

463

8,334

3.102
3,102

66,281

99,422

8,568

25,704

7,540

47,125

23,484

117,420
17,136

51,408

637

11,466

5.644
5,644

169,623

254,435

16,624

49,872

14,629

91,431

45,216

226,080
33,248

99,744

887

15,966

10.95
10,950

497,634

746,451

39,994

119,982

35,195

219,969

108,028

540,140
79,988

239,964

1,379

24,822

26.344
26,344
 8.   Engineering G> 10%     2,468     7,871     18,614    35,819     74,848     191,767
 9.   Sub-total           $27,148   $86,576   $204,754  $394,008   $823,326  $2,109,439
10.   Contingency G> 10%     2.715     8,658     20,475    39.401     82,333     210,944
11.   TOTAL              $29,863   $95,234   $225,229  $433,409   $905,659  $2,320,383
     ($1000)              (29.9)    (95.2)    (225.2)   (433.4)    (905.7)    (2320.4)
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                APPENDIX C
                DRAFT  REPORT
   A DEVELOPMENT  OF TIME ESTIMATES  FOR THE

CLOSURE OF LANDFILLS AND SURFACE  IMPOUNDMENTS
                Submitted to:

     The Environmental  Protection  Agency
            Office  of Solid Waste
                Prepared  by:

            Christopher J.  Lough
         Pope-Reid  Associates,  Inc.
              533 St.  Clair Ave.
         St.  Paul,  Minnesota   55102
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Introduction
The proposed Interim Status  Standards  (ISS)  specify  under Subpart G  (Closure and
Post-Closure) and Section 265.113,  that  closure  activities must be completed in
accordance with an approved  closure plan and within  six  months of receiving the
final volume of wastes.  Further,  the  Regional Administrator may accept  a longer
closure period if the Owner/Operator can demonstrate that the required or planned
closure activities will, of  necessity, take  longer than  six months to complete
and that all steps have been taken  to  eliminate  any  substantial threat to human
health and the environment from the unclosed but inactive facility.

The feasibility of this six  month  allowance  for  the  closure of facilities under
the proposed ISS regulations was investigated for the Hazardous and  Industrial
Waste Management Division of the Office  of Solid Waste.  The study focused on deve-
loping time estimates for the closure  of surface impoundments and landfills in accord-
ance with the requirements of the  full status standards  proposed in  September 1979.
The closure of landfill facilities  consists  primarily of the placement of a final
cover on each landfill cell, the specifications  of which are described within the
landfill section of the September  regulations.   A landfill cover  is  also employed
for surface impoundments that elect to close as  landfills (i.e., accumulated resi-
dues remain in the impoundment and are not removed and disposed of off the property
site).  The cost of closure  of surface impoundments  by drying and removal of residual
waste is prohibitively high, due to the  transportation and disposal  costs attri-
buted to waste disposal at a permitted hazardous waste facility.  This would most
likely preclude the selection of this  closure option by nearly all surface impound-
ments, particularly those in excess of one-half  acre.   For this reason,  a detailed
time estimate was not undertaken.   The time  requirement  for this closure  option,
however, would not exceed the time estimates to  be discussed later for surface im-
poundment closure.
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Components of the Closure Procedure
The closure of landfill  and surface impoundment facilities  entails  a  procedure that
is not limited to the construction of a final  cover.   A description of this  proce-
dure and its components  are to be identified in the closure plan  each  facility
must prepare.   The major components of the closure  activity that  were  considered
in this investigation are listed below

Landfills:
     1.  Disposal of remaining inventory
     2.  Decontamination of facility equipment (trucks, tractors, pumps,
         storage areas,  dewatering equipment,  etc.)
     3.  Inspection of facility before closure construction begins  -  i.e.;
         liners, collection systems, fences, dikes, etc.
     4.  Installation and revegetation of cover
     5.  Professional engineer's certification

Surface Impoundments:
     1.  Drainage of remaining liquid wastes
     2.  Decontamination of facility equipment (piping systems,  conveyors,
         mechanical sludge removing equipment, aerators,  etc.)
     3.  Inspection of facility before closure construction begins
     4.  Sludge stabilization and recontour to grade
     5.  Installation and revegetation of cover
     6.  Professional engineer's certification

Potential Contingencies:
     Certification failure, excess inventory,  unusual decontamination, necessary
     ground water remedial action, monitoring well  failure, etc.

The closure plan should not only describe how and when the technical  requirements  of
facility closure will be met, but should also address the disposal  of remaining  in-
ventory, the decontamination of faci1ity-equipment, and the provisions for certifi-
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cation.  The regulations require that within 90 days of receiving the final  volume
of wastes, the owner/operator must treat and/or remove all  wastes in storage or  in
process from the site, or dispose of them on-site, in accordance with the closure
plan.  Since it is common practice in the industry to accumulate quantities  of
waste before permanently disposing of them, it was assumed that an operator  would
have two weeks (10 days) of inventory at the time of closure which would have to
be disposed on- or off-site.

When the closure activities have been completed, all facility equipment must be
properly disposed of or decontaminated by removal of all hazardous waste and resi-
dues.  According to a draft report prepared by International Research and Technology
Corporation (IR&T) entitled:  An Analysis of Methods for Ensuring Continuity of
Operation for Hazardous Haste Disposal Sites, their sources indicate that this por-
tion of the regulations provides additional environmental protection, as long as a
site has been operated in an environmentally safe manner.  At closure, an operator
would be required either to bury any contaminated equipment or clean it with a
decontaminating solution, which would be available as part of his normal operating
materials.  In some instances, hazardous materials could be scraped off equipment
and other surfaces and then be disposed of.  Provided a site has been maintained
properly during its operation, an estimate of two days has been allocated for this
activity.
The regulations also specify that a registered professional engineer must certify
that a site has been closed in accordance with the specifications in the closure
plan.  An engineer must inspect the closure activities while the work is being per-
formed to measure the compaction of earth material, insure that proper soil  is used,  and
in general, monitor the closure activities.  The amount of time required for cer-
tification depends on the size of the area to be closed, the length of time  it
takes to complete closure, and site-specific conditions.  For this study, it was
assumed that two inspections per month (for the duration that closure construction

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occurs) would be required.   The two day  inspection would  also  be  a minimum for
all sites, regardless of their size or construction  time  requirements.

A thorough inspection of the facility  should  be  conducted before  construction be-
gins  on the final  cover.  This inspection, which  is  estimated to take approxi-
mately one day, would check for any deterioration  in  the  liner system, dike ero-
sion, inoperative monitoring wells, failure in collection or run-off  systems,
loss of vegetative cover, etc.  Necessary  corrective  action could then be assessed
and scheduled in the closure procedure for that  specific  site.  Various  remedial
activities for potential contingencies that may  become  necessary  durinq  the clo-
sure period will be discussed under closure contingencies.

Final Cover
The design of the final  cover that is  used on landfills and surface impoundments
consists of two layers of earth material and  a synthetic  membrane.  The  upper
level is an earth fill and topsoil   layer  approximately 45 cm  (18 inches) in total
depth and is capable of supporting vegetation.   The  topsoil  is approximately 9
inches deep.  The middle layer consists  of coarse  sand, approximately 15 cm
(6 in.) thick, which promotes drainage sufficient  to  prevent percolating water
from the  upper level from standing upon the  lower layer.  This sand  layer is con-
nected to perimeter conduits to drain  water away from the cell and into  a collect-
ing wet well.  The lower, or bottom layer, consists  of  a  20 mil PVC synthetic mem-
brane Liner to eliminate the percolation of water  into  the landfill cell or surface
impoundment.  The final  grade of this  cover is 5 percent.  The soil layer is
fertilized and seeded to promote a vegetative cover  that  reduces  surface erosion.

Landfill Closure
Four different landfill  cell capacities, each with different operating depths, were
designed to determine the time requirements for  their closure.  These annual cap-
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fill sizes throughout industry and permitted commercial facilities.
               Annual Disposal               Operating Depth
                (Metric Tons)                   (Meters)
                      600                          Two
                    9,000                         Four
                   45,000                          Six
                   90,000                         Eight
After the disposal of the final inventory, the landfill cell is assumed to have
reached its design capacity and is leveled and compacted to grade before the final
cover phase begins.  Although the construction of the final cover can begin at this
point, the synthetic membrane liner (lower layer) is not installed until a 5% grade
has been achieved with earth fill material.  This earth material, as well as the
soil layers in the actual cover, were assumed to be available on-site.  The coarse
sand material is obtained from an off-site source, is assumed to be bought, loaded
and hauled two miles to the site.

The time estimates and equipment requirements for a given task (eg:   compacted backfill,
6" to 12" lifts,  with a sheepsfoot roller) were obtained from R.S.  Means Co., Inc.,
Building Construction Cost Data 1979,  incorporating daily output and crew needs.   Equip-
ment assignments  were made on the basis of the volume of work to be performed.  Each
task was identified and assigned an appropriate daily output based on equipment avail-
ability, site size, and the efficient  use of crew and equipment.  For instance, when
fill material  is  dumped and spread by  a dozer, it must be compacted to the proper den-
sity and thickness.  This represents a dual task; the utilization of a dozer for
spreading and some form of compaction  equipment.   Various combinations of equipment
are  employed to  complete these two tasks at approximately the same time for each land-
fill capacity.  Consequently, as material is  dumped and spread, it is  soon followed
by compaction equipment (either towed  or self-powered) so that this, and any other
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assignment that involved dual  tasks,  could  be  completed  as  each  respective task  is
finished.   The maximum difference in  time allowed  between  individual  tasks was
two days,  and the  tasks  which  required  the  longest time  to  complete determined the
total time for that work assignment.  The construction components that  require
this type  of simultaneous activity are  as follows:  fill and  compaction for slope
development, coarse sand placement and  compaction  for middle  (drainage)  layer, and
fill and compaction of soil  (upper) layer.   In addition, during  the placement of
the drainage layer, the perimeter conduits  to  collect and  drain  run-off water from
the site are installed.   Although no  trench construction is necessary,  one day
is allowed for surface preparation by the installation crew.

The time estimates developed for the  installation  of the synthetic membrane liner
were based upon information  supplied  by liner  manufacturers and  installers.  An
estimate of 1.5 acres  of membrane installed per 8  man crew per day was  used in  this
study.  This base figure was adjusted to employ a  4-man  crew  on  the 600 MT  landfill,
but the 1.5 acres/day estimate was never exceeded  on larger cells, A  two-day  site
preparation for all cell capacities was added  to allow  for the construction of
shallow trenches used for anchoring the membrane.

Time Estimates for Landfill  Cell  Closure

The following table lists the  time estimates,  in days, to  perform each  closure
activity for the landfill cell  capacities in question.   The time allotted for cer-
tification equals  the  number of estimated days divided  by  22  work  days  per  month,
times two inspections per month.

Surface Impoundment Closure

Four different surface impoundment capacities, each at a constant operating depth
of three meters (10 feet), were designed to determine the  time requirements for
their closure.  The sizes, which  are  100,000 gallons, 1,000,000  gallons, 5,000,000
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     Closure Activity

 1.   Disposal  of remaining  inventory
 2.   Facility inspection
 3.   Level  and compact to grade
 4.   Spread and compact fill  for slope
 5.   Install synthetic membrane  liner
 6.   Spread and compact sand  layer
     and install  run-off conduits
 7.   Spread and compact fill  for soil
     layer
 8.   Replace top-soil  layer
 9.   Revegetation
10.   Decontaminate facility equipment
11.   Subtotal,
12.   Contingency at 25%
13.   Subtotal2
14.   Certification
15.   TOTAL DAYS
        Closure Time Estimates (Days) for
Annual Landfill Cell Capacities (Metric Tons) of:
16.  Months:  (
                  Total  Days
              22 work days/month'
600
10.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.5 
2.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
22.5
5.5
28.0
2.5
30.5
1.4
9,000
10.0
1.0
2.0
6.0
3.0
3.0
1.5
1.5
4.0
2.0
34.0
8.5
42.5
4.0
46.5
2.1
45 ,000
10.0
1.0
3.5
14.5
4.5
4.0
4.0
4.0
8.0
2.0
55.5
14.0
69.5
6.5
76.0
3.5
90,000
10.0
1.0
5.0
17.5
5.5
5.0
6.0
6.0
9.5
2.0
67.5
17.0
84.5
8.0
92.5
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gallons and 10,000,000 gallons, represent a range of typical  capacities throughout
industry which would be faced with closure requirements under RCRA's ISS Regula-
tions.

The actual closure activities that are relevant to surface impoundments are essen-
tially the same asthose described for landfills.   The construction of the landfill
cover for the surface impoundment follows the same design parameters and regulatory
requirements that were described previously.  The major differences occur with the
preparation of the impoundment for the final cover application.   The treatment of
the inspection, decontamination, and certification components is identical to that
done for landfill closure.

Before any cover construction can begin, the influent to the impoundment must be
terminated, and the impoundment must be drained of all  surface water.  The drainage
of these liquid (free-flowing) wastes is accomplished first through the impound-
ment's common outfall.  It was assumed that one-half of the retained water volume
in the impoundment is drained via this outfall.  The wastewater that remains is
then removed with portable pumps and pumped to an operative segment of the treat-
ment system for further treatment and disposal.  The total estimated time required
for drainage varied from one and one-half to four days, depending on the impoundment
size.

Once all the standing water has been removed from the impoundment, a sludge/solids
blanket remains.   Based upon calculations to determine  the accumulation rate of
solid material in the impoundment, it was assumed that  at closure time approximately
60 percent of the impoundment's capacity remained usable.  The other 40 percent
would be filled with a sludge of 5 percent solids.   Before the application of the
final cover could proceed, however, the sludge must be  allowed to dry to about a
20 percent solids content.
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Allowing the sludge to air dry to this solids content would be feasible,  but  to
estimate the amount of time required for drying is quite difficult.   The  opera1
tion of sludge drying beds often produces a cake of 40 to 45 percent solids
within six weeks.  On the other hand, sludge lagoons are capable of generating
30 percent solids, but usually require one to three years to accomplish  this  re-
sult.  Since the impoundment's design and pre-closure condition  are  more  similar to
those of sludge lagoons,  rather than sludge drying beds, it was  believed  that one year
should be allowed for drying this material to a solids content of 20 percent.   It
would then be feasible for construction equipment to begin the other preparatory
steps necessary before the actual cover is applied.

The one "year* drying time allowance is a recommendation, however, and any  time
extension should remain at the discretion of the Regional Administrator.   This
provision allows for other site specific conditions to be considered in  the  closure
process to assure that all steps have been taken to eliminate any substantial
threat to human health -and the environment from the inactive facility.

After the sludge has been sufficiently dried, gravel fill is added for  further
stabilization and the total mass is compacted to attain structural  integrity.   An
amount of gravel equivalent to approximately 50 percent of the estimated  sludge
volume present is added and compacted in the impoundment.  This  is followed  by  soil
fill, which is dumped, spread, compacted, and graded level to the surrounding ground
surface.  Both the gravel and soil fill components involve dual  tasks of  spreading
and compaction, which are accomplished simultaneously.  Once the impoundment  is
brought to ground level, the final cover can then be applied.  The designs and
procedures remain the same as described for the closure of landfill  cells (e.g.,
the preparation time estimate for liner and run-off conduit installation  is  two
days and one day, respectively).
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Time Estimates for Surface Impoundment Closure
The following table presents  the time estimates  to perform each closure activity
on the surface impoundments  being investigated.   An allowance  of one  calendar year
for drying the sludge layer  was  then  added to each closure total reported.   It
should also be recounted that the one year allowance is  only an estimate.   It is
possible that this period could  be exceeded under certain  conditions  or impoundment
sizes.  Obviously, this issue is dependent on site-specific characteristics  and
therefore any extensions in  the  closure time period should still remain at  the
discretion of the Regional Administrator.

Potential Contingencies
As with any construction project, allowance must be made for potential problems
that may delay the construction  schedule.   These occurrences may be attributed to
a number of factors, the most common  being:  materials,  equipment, and labor short-
ages, unanticipated site conditions,  adverse climate, and  poor construction  prac-
tices.  Contingencies that are probable during the closure procedure  include:
failure of a portion of cover to meet the certification  standards, replanting of
vegetation, excess inventory, unusual decontamination requirements, additional
pumping and leachate treatment capacity, necessary ground  water remedial  action,
ground water monitoring well  failure, and liner failure.

Many of these potential contingencies were discussed and assigned a relative fre-
quency of occurrence in IR&T's draft  report.  This information was reviewed  and
considered in the formulation of a contingency time estimate.  As can be  seen in
the two tables, a 25 percent  contingency was allowed in  the time estimates.  It is
believed that this allowance  would be sufficient to meet normal construction delays
due to climatic conditions and any shortages that are encountered.  Ideally, each
phase of the construction process should be scheduled sequentially, complementing
and building upon the work that  has already been completed. Unfortunately,  construc-
tion projects are seldom accomplished with perfect efficiency, and the contingency

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                                                             Closure Time Estimates (Days)  for
  Closure  Activity                             	Surface Impoundment Capacities  (Gallons)  of:	
                                              100.000           1,000.000          5.000.000           10.000.000
  1.  Drainage Of impoundment                    1.5                2.0                2.5                 4.0
  2.  Facility inspection                        1.0                1.0                1.0                 1.0
  3.  Spread and compact gravel fill             0.5                3.5                9.5                12.5
  4.  Spread and compact soil fill               1.5                5.0                10.5                13.0
  5.  Grade to level with ground surface         0.5'               0.5                I'.O                 1.0
  6.  Spread and compact fill for slope          0.5                3.0                10.5                17.5
  7.  Install synthetic membrane liner           2.5                3.0                3.5                 5.0
  8.  Spread and compact sand layer and
     install run-off conduits                   2.0                2.5                4.0                 4.5
  9.  Spread and compact fill for soil layer     0.5                1.0                3.0                 5.0
10.  Replace top-soil layer                     0.5                1.0                3.0                 4.0
11.  Revegetation                               1.0                3.0                7.5                10.0
12.  Decontaminate facility equipment           2.0                2.0                2.0                 2.0
,13.  Subtota^                                 14.0               27.5                58.0                79.5
14.  Contingency at 25%                         3.5                7.0                14.5                20.0
15.  Subtotal2                                 17.5               34.5                72.5                99.5
16.  Certification                              2.0                3.5                6.5                 9.0
17.  TOTAL DAYS                                19.5               38.0                79.0               108.5
18.  Months                                     0.9                1.7                3.6                 4.9
19.  Plus One Calendar Year - Months           12.9               13.7                15.6                16.9

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provides some adjustment for actual  experience  and circumstance.   It  is  also prob-
able that this addition would cover such  closure  contingencies  as  certification
 failure,    replanting of vegetation,.and further decontamination.  The  time
allotted for contingencies, however, should not be viewed as  a  predictable or
maximum level.  It is likely that contingencies such  as  excessive  inventory,
additional  leachate removal  capability,     ground water remedial  requirements,
and liner failures could require time expenditures of up to  6 months  to  rectify
(particularly if more than one contingency occurred).  The selection  of  25 percent
represents a reasonable estimate  given the number of potential  contingencies  that
can occur, and the efforts necessary to correct them.

Results and Conclusions
The closure of individual landfill  cells, based upon  the capacities examined,  ex-
presses a range from one and one-half to  four and one-half months  before all clo-
sure activities have been completed and the cell  is secured.  Closing the largest
cell (90,000 MT) is estimated to require  4.2 months.   Although  this is well within
the six month time period given in the regulations, if two or more cells at this
same operating capacity closed simultaneously,  this estimate would easily exceed
4.2 months, and probably require longer than six  months  to finish.  Commercial
landfill facilities typically operate more than one landfill  cell  at  a time, allow-
ing for proper waste segregation by chemical type or  disposal practice (i.e.
sludges, drums, etc.).  If closure of two or more cells  fell  at  approximately  the
same time (or if the entire site required closure) any difficulties encountered in
the availability or allocation of equipment and manpower would  severely  hinder a
completion schedule within the six-month  period.   To  avoid this  potential problem
in large facilities, the owner/operator should  specify in his closure plan a schedule
which would prevent this from occurring.
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The closure of surface impoundments follows  approximately  the  same  range  in months
for work required as for landfills.  The smallest  surface  impoundment,  100,000
gallons, requires about one month for cover  construction.   The largest  impoundment,
10,000,000 gallons, will take approximately  5 months  for cover application.   Al-
though it appears that all  sizes would be able to  complete the construction phase
within a six-month time period, an allowance for sludge drying must be  factored
into the time estimate.  Before cover construction can  begin,  a period  of one cal-
endar year is recommended for impoundment drying and  preparation.   Consequently,
this amount of time has been added to each estimate developed.  Because each  capa-
city now exceeds the time allotted in the regulations,  permission  to conduct  the
closure procedure in this manner would now reside  with  the Regional Administrator.
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                         APPENDIX D









           RCRA Waste Management Summary Sheets



                                                          Page number



Inorganic Chemicals 	  D-l



Leather Tanning and Finishing 	  D-21



Metals Mining 	  D-45



Nonferrous Metal Smelting and Refining  	  D-69



Organic Chemicals	D-l06



Textiles	   D-l 17

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INORGANIC CHEMICALS

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Number of Plants \*S Production ":'J"7?j<3 MT/U '/

u
Waste Streams
\ i TfU\U\U\\
w *
"3 . S* ^ASi
tl C ^
o

4 . V) VA Q- V v \vc. ^ u5"V
^ . YyO&.3Ai- \ u\vS IvO 4
c^OL^vJL Cl/} dljou-Q^
11
5>(X\.'\vJ5- GJ~^ CL^OOU1^
^X\\vi. GX> (X-^ooo^
u

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

"\43
"^c^^S*
~7.a
ffilU^
1 1
33 a\3
j


SOLi'V^o. (x/)
u

No.
of Plants

8


1
3
1



1
1

Waste Management
Technology

r\ ""O.o)-


JJ ~\~) C> \ i
1 ' - (\ \ {^faStyJ^ '"
0 ol t\^CuSU ^)
3) ' 0 ol (. WCiAli^ ,
II
O o Cu)W(ii "2> j
( o  U Q O
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F'SE\)

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A -04


"B-0\, 04 j
Q-l^;a.S
i -01,04,03



1^-0 1 ^A


Ko.
of Plants

8


\
a
1
1



1

Treatment/Storage
Surface Imooundments
No.' per
Plant



3

<,





Surface Area/
SI (acres)



l-'i-l

"~3 ^ O
3 ~ c>^. O
\ J A 1
1-0-3




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RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
""ft
6/11/80        ,
Date   -7  J-S\   8O
1 	 1^1-^ "^^^^__ ' ^^.  1 1 '
Industry LEATHFfc. \AUV\\Ufr Model PUvovvJL l(\Y\ HA \ \0 HOuy - 1 
\ i
Number of Plants \ ^). Production \O P> 3 U KT /UW
U

Waste Streams

\ > A~v \ V\ \ \\\ w V^s> /^ \>& 0 \V.lCi
"5" , Ui^XAAiS- -AVVVN-Sa^^
\
^U^UvJL CIA (Xbo^^L
3

h
'I
^Q^vl CL/^ dbol^j
^cii\>j^ Q.A cxbou^,
Mft "^

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

S06^
4%^
't&M. 00
alooufi-

V ^
1 1
704U
0 p,^


No.
of Plants

rl

\


\
I
1
i
i

Waste Management
Technology

^"^

^ _ op ^ |c\


(1 - 0 i ( wxurvx/^ i~
\1
^"oS
E - 0 1 luxusiw)
1-4^
F- Gltow
1-4) x

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

^'W

13-M ,o i j


C -01,03 ,03,
D-O^OSOA
E -01 ,031,
p_ Q y (3ZJ.


No.
of Plants

1

\



^
\


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Lo


3




Surface Area/
SI (acres)


2-0. a
0-0- I
a-o.^
1-^.0^





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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                     r\ \        T"
               Model Lm'C>\\v   \a\i\
                                                                                                   b/ll/uu

                                                                                                   Date   '
                                  Ci i V
x\_
Number of Plants
Production     "oQ . \ *S D.  WT/U


Waste Streams
,
\ i V * w\ vv\ v v. ^b A- ) A 0 vu.s,
,3. ScvCjf y/vvvvrS
4'. bull-uvc viusH"
^ l0^ y*^^
^^cxnvii o>0 cxbovA
3
1
O
n


Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

"?iQH^
^ 0
\^o8
sanvfiL QjC)
aboo^



No.
of Plants

A


1


1

Waste Management
Technology

A -OS.


P,-fM(u)(iMW
M)
Q^)(_^0-otfi ^
vl " 0 / lw^ ^^
\~A-}
| O(wuiyiji

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A -04


B-04,01,
}



No.
of Plants

4


\


1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant







Surface Area/
SI (acres)








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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model
                   To. a
                                                                          o/ll/ou
                                                                          Date   -f fa I

                                                                          Uftvr-
A
Production       Q tj

Waste Streams

\ . AY \v\\ v\\\w^S /^VOLV5U\SS
Q. ^OHlLVX \\\CA
3. ^luiyL
"S", lOCLjtc Auust^~S
o

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

^"^
^
SsOi\\\JL 0-0
(Xboo^

No.
of Plants

3

1

Waste Management
Technology

P\ - 0^

62 [UCM&

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A -04

3-64- 0\,6D;
oi ]

No.
of Plants

3


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant



Surface Area/
SI (acres)




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RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
o/ll/ou
Date   T  3 \
Industry ( FATH^^- AklMjUG Model C,Y\YOW \ CCv\ ( ^CUvC1 H<\\V^  I
Number of Plants "^5 Production \C) 6 3 A- K~TA\(
0


Waste Streams

l k V iv\\ \u \\v^ /s Kauiv^s
3 ^ludVL
^, ^)^I(M^5\ ^^^
5, (A)Cur!x ^Uv^kS*
'bO.^Mi QJS abou4
o
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

\003
'^
<&. rvjL o^
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1 \


No.
of Plants

\

\

1


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Technology

A-oa

^-03 \i

0 - 0\ Cu)Ow3itA
N.

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

ft-0^

T> _Q4 Q|
03^ '
0-04,01,


No.
of Plants

\

\

}

Treatment/ Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


a



Surface Area/
SI (acres)


1-0.4^
i-c.



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RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
nn\
o/ll/ou        .
Date  "7 / 3 v  I
Industry L_t A-THtilZ \ /\-kl MlKlfl Model 1\\OV\C\\YO\\^. \ CLV\ - o
Number of Plants Cn Production S*S "O MT/^V1/
J
Waste Streams

\, S.CV^fi-VUlM.S
^.CLWJL CL/^ (X.boU-Q,
vllOJLpt ^iuc\L^
J
*S(X\VJL (X;3 CXboU^L


\^\0 \vD
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

'5A4
3^80

sanoL o^
cxbo^Q.


No.
of Plants

5
1

l
1


Waste Management
Technology

A-oa
^'01^
(_0.33 (.uxu3b. 3X
Co. -3"3o^
1 Oi

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A- - 04
B-G\,G3-,
J /
O o CvO\^ v
) Q/l\ci \\ \\ CT)\\u
0
0  O^-\- 0 1
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ov

D-oo
No.
of Plants

a

)



a
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant



5



Surface Area/
SI (acres)



o.<>




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o/ 11/ou /
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY Date ~/7 .3 ( /SO
i -T"- i i , 	 p- i I ' '
Industry [jFATHfc"^ '/VUkl \IVjn Model NOV\ClwC\K& \Cu\- r"j
Number of Plants J^ Production <-\- ( ~~1 \u5 M ^ A- \V
0

Waste Streams

\t ^CY-CXAMU^S
u
:0.uu. GOJ c^bci^)
vaxct|jl ^lud^c.
i
0
0
\.CLV\VJL CLD dlxi-^


Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

ys*o
nfl
\3 8!^
1


SCLl\VJ). 0;0
cxbo>j^L


No.
of Plants

a

\



\


Waste Management
Technology

A-O^

^-0\tu^0
0"3(ux^)4)
CO  ^ O-C. )
^
P - (C 1 ^c^t^u
0"S^oo^iL.j)
3) -OU

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A - 0^

T*,-c>\} 03,
03


C-04,01,03


No.
of Plants

"3-

I



\

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant








Surface Area/
SI (acres)


\-~7.G






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RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
"A
b/ 11/80
Date  ~? [ 3 1 / gQ
Industry L_ k^THlrr - 1AM^\14(-) Model 1 \G YNC.I \\fGO ^ XCv-V^ ~" 1~~
Number of Plants *H


Waste Streams

\, SC\-AV\ \VvCS
3. sU^
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Industry
Number of Plants
  f\UKilli(~i
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                                                                                                        b/ll/au
                                                                                                        Date  -t
  (U.V-
                                                                                           80
\
                Production
\*5.
Waste Streams

\ . AT ^tt\\\\rs/s|xxoi\\AS
Ov ^C \~CL\,N \v\xS
4V\ II 1 / I I I V \ lilt ^V 1
\) IA. i |\ * v V v Vj-* vx.O 
^.vooAtji^Ua

11

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

"5AO
a
ID. 8
T
cxboo*
M

No.
of Plants

1



l
\

Waste Management
Technology

A -09-



\
d-os^ ^

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A -04



~>-G4 01
A-o ' '
-04.01
03 '
No.
of Plants

~7



1
\

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant




a
^

Surface Area/
SI (acres)




\-o ~IS
0.^^


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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                                                                                                         .A
                                                                                                       6/11/80
                                                                                                       Date *
                                                    fiQ

Production
                                             M. \

Waste Streams

I , "fr ( \.i\\ m i n CS/^ hd o i H JS
T S 1 1>- ^ \^
4 L V)U I M ^V ^-^-J^ ^
3 vy
i
^JXI\VIL OA abou^



Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

16(0^7
11)
45


ijCX^vC. O/D
(Vboo-L


No.
of Plants

ID




\



Waste Management
Technology

A/\. (^\
v^/ O^




"B-OSLtuxatis
! 1"^
inlojci/rU-
s)

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A -04




"-04



No.
of Plants

(0
^^



\
i

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant








Surface Area/
SI (acresl









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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model KJL-ki
                                                                                                     nn.A
                                                                                                     o/'ll/ou
                                                                                                     Date   -
                                                                              U
                                                                                                                    So
                         ~_1
                Product! on

Waste Streams

\v HriMlUUVCS/^KftOlK^
3, 'ilvAcKc. ,
^ . VOCxOMSL I imSlvlS
o [)
CO

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

"^Q1
-^ea
n



No.
of Plants

8



1

Waste Management
Technology

A-03L



^

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A -04



"B-04

No.
of Plants

8



1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant





Surface Area/
SI (acres)






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Industry       L E/\TH-giZ-
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model
<,  -  L
                                                                                                     o/ll/ou
                                                                                                     Date   -7
Number of Plants
                Production
                                                                                            ^U

Waste Streams

\, TY'llUlUUUS/SklUUvAS
3. ^CVOLVM^MS
3, Sltuivk
0
OJ
\\

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

IOSM
6
ins
&looi>^
\\

No.
of Plants

S


\
a

Waste Management
Technology

A-oa


\0 IvOCu'^'U'
C- O^t (v>Jw5tLQ

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A- 04


"B-CA


No.
of Plants

oi


\
a
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant





Surface Area/
SI (acres)






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Industry
^,A
b/ll/tJU ,
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY Date 1 1^\ /go
-CATHee. "\AKlMlM6 Model No T?:ft.(X.mWvUJ2. - S>
Number of Plants | Production \Q^ H.T/v-A/'

1 u
Waste Streams
L Vwrnivc^
3. s;cHL(_u lU
5, l^&^Jy^
^\auiu^s
UL^A i
d'visMS
S a iM- CLO cxbo VA-d
a
CO
tn
"SGUAvjCL dO OlboU^v

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

a
1
SS*"
413


No.
of Plants


1
\


Waste Management
Technology

A-0
^5 -O \Uoz5fe
\~<^^
03 (u)(V5tL.
Q-01 (uOOji^
ftrf

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A-04
'$
c-oi.oa
O^o ,M-

No.
of Plants

S

1

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant




Surface Area/
SI (acres)





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RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
-.A
fa/ll/au j
Date -7 /3i /^<^
Industry ) G'ATHf.\Z Ti\ XlMlMb Model N O !R> C G.V\\ h ftl vX-0. - M
Number of Plants I

Waste Streams
Ij, Silouk^'
A . \0 ^\ j ltl( t-\LUli~
"S , UKuS"^ jAVM^JL/i
0
^CXVYVJL o^o cxboo^
0
1
U)
en
^(tpt *\^
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
81
i. a
^Xn\JL CLXi
OJoO(^(L

No.
of Plants

1
1
Production "^H- J^ Wl \ I^~('C

Waste Management
Technology
A -.0^
0 1 lu)Oj$tSL
Q-()\ CioOjtJL'^
1 34-}
C) Q. ( vocxotL
QJ> LuoojltX
CO-^^ aO
^
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
k-0^
"S-O^C&i
04
C-01,03,
03 7 o^l
No.
of Plants


1

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant



Surface Area/
SI (acres)




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Industry Ls*ATHP\L

AMNmh
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
Model Mo T^.amV\hUA- 1
Number of Plants 1 Q)

Waste Streams
| , \t v\\\ v\\ U^SA \\CL 0 lute
Qk ^UXJl\A\Vvy>
3 C>luC^VO
^Giftvi CUO Oibou^.

^OL\"\VJL CLO cxbois^ i
vlll^Lpv: Sla.ciyi-
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
16
u>
sa?^

4110
No.
of Plants
n
i
1
i
"IA
6/11/80
Date "7/3i 1 9<^>
/ f
Production ) SS- lo H \ /M ^

Waste Management
Technology

OUuoa/5tS-3^
Q -0^ C^^"^-*
3) ~0 1 (uiO/jtl^
05 Cu)Ou5tJL
Co.S'S a^O
u
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-04
^0^'
0^' 04
^-.01,08,
/
No.
of Plants


\
\

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant




Surface Area/
SI (acres)





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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                      Vi/\
                                                                                                        Date ""
Model
                                                                              I/U --   -    \ llJL -
                          Pj
Producti on     "^ 8 (jt 6   HT MV^


Waste Streams

\> vT\\\U\UlvA^ /sj \CiUlK A ^
""i C"* t t\ f X
3, sivLfl^C-
"x.CLvAvfl- (XA QjOOlA-fi-
o
CO
00
u

1 t

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

T?
\-54T
^Ctv\V(L CXO
(xbot^s-

V i

U

No.
of Plants

^

1


I



Waste Management
Technology

A -03

3 - 9 ^1 (ujostji
0
IS ^
C'03lvuC^Xu
0 I tao/JtL


Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A -04

1} _ A^i /v i
0"S>

1 )
05-


No.
of Plants

s

\
1

\

I
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


-2





Surface Area/
SI (acres)


1-1, U
1-0-5
1-3.0





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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY



                Model
                 Date  "7 /"?,



          \.l\L	
Product! on
G^S  Ml/
                                                   M

Waste Streams

1. WirtU^ysl-ttUUl^
3. qoutf^^S
s  I L^- >-\VL^
sa^- (V.abo^
o

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

1381
"SVb
\ /\ ~) ^"^
I "
aK^T


No.
of Plants

3



3


Waste Management
Technology

A-01



3-o^


Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A _A i A ^
1


"B-04


No.
of Plants

3-



3

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant






Surface Area/
SI (acres)







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Industry
IA10til 106
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY


               Model   SkflAAJJ.Ui
                                                                                                     b/ll/BU   .
                                                                                                     Date   7/31
                                                                                                            "-
Number of Plants
                Production     l\AA
                                                                  /\

Waste Streams

\ . SiCAJMlAA 1 W CS
' Lip I N_L
o ' ^^MT'^ M/^J'|
<5
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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model ^y/iA 1\{\?S -
lumber of Plants
                        0/J.1/&U
                        Date   ~?
                                                                                                                        9O
                Production
'ei%
Waste Streams
1 1 S dl_C.O 1 1 1 1 \C ^N
^ S 1 L^ cK C
? In IlilvC" clU/Y"V
- -10
1
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
\ Q
;d V-n


No.
of Plants
A



Waste Management
Technology
A-o^



Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-04



No.
of Plants
4



Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant




Surface Area/
SI (acres)





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o/ll/ou ,
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY Date ft A 1 ftft
Industry LcATHlTK- lAMKAlUC-i Model ^Rs^tUV\S- H
Number of Plants csL Production "~7~7 1 1 M. /U 'f"
U

Waste Streams

1 1 rf ( IA\ n\  we S/S to o lujS
^.ScrCQ-VMvUS t
c>luc\vfi.
it) ^
?\. -hriw\vt\\v\>^S^\aOuiJ5
^' I f\ c\
vvJ ^

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

a^aa
'4"S\}



No.
of Plants



\


Treatment/ Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


4


Surface Area/
SI (acres)


0.*



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Industry   LOATHE ft-  Ti\KiM \tiC-i

Number of Plants        ~
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model
                                                                                                     o/il/bu    .     ,
                                                                                                     Date   -7 /3 if 8Q
Production
KT /
                                             M
                                                                                               0
Waste Streams
UXJSt,- ^v%lMA
SLo_ \\vJL CLO QLUO\^L
a
i
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
4

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Industry     L.EATH&VZ
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model
                    -  L
                                                                                                  O/ll/OU  .     i
                                                                                                  Date   7/3t  j gQ
                                                                                                         ^    /
Number of Plants
Production
Waste Streams
UtUTfe- ^VKkW
Scu\ujL (LCi (xbouiiL
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
10
SCx\WL GL
(Xloou-^
No.
of Plants
33,

Waste Management
Technology
A-b-a.
"B-\O
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -04
^-04
No.
of Plants
3S
3
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No." per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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METALS MINING

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Industry   H" Tf\LS  H I M \UG>

Number of Plants        f>
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

              Model
                                                                                           6/11/80
                                                                                           Date
                   b*M *"-    ^*^/ '  I ' -'

- 3 .<> X10  MT/o. -r  -SuAf a ^
                                     j       / v
              Production    ^.<>  XV0  KT/U/
                                          / 0
Waste Streams
\\\((( -lavlu\^s

a
-C.
tn
Quantity
(MT/yr-p.lant)
S8CO(000




No.
of Plants
8




Waste Management
Technology
A-\8
(Q \60 ac



Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-O\^O"3




No.
of Plants
8




Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant





Surface Area/
SI (acres)






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Industry
                                                                                                 6/11/BO   ,

                                                                                                 Date   g/ |
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT  SUMMARY


               Model CoQQp'/ - [o,"7 XlCr MT/ .V  - IU (JX '/"^O\l M\
                       i i

               Production
                                                                                           U
Waste Streams
mill ia.Um^

o
1
01
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
33,880,000




No.
of Plants
0




Waste Management
Technology
A-V8
(Q.@ ^|OOcLC



Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-C1 ,O3




No.
of Plants
"3




Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant





Surface Area/
SI (acres)






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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model  CopAW- LIXIO
                                                                                                      O/ll/bU
                                                                                                      Date
Number of Plants
                Production   [p. "7
                                                                                                    U
Waste Streams
\\\ I 1 \ l"(XLA 1 lA.^ S

a
i
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
(, ,340,000



No.
of Plants
\0



Waste Management
Technology
A-V8
L9v@) ^ICO CLC
JIGLC^)


Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A- -01 ,03
-01


No.
of Plants
Qi
\


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant




Surface Area/
SI (acres)





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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

              Model Cc-cK^f - 9  X\C^ MT
                                                                                         "}
                                                                                         o/il/ou
                                                                                         Date
              Production   3Q

Waste Streams
wuU icuhiA'sS
o
^
JO
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants
\
Waste Management
Technology

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

No.
of Plants
\
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
VI \MlM6
                                               RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                                                         o/il/bu
                                                                         Date
Model
     Co QQJfc Y -  0 9 X \ 0 * MT/U >f - S I' '/ ( 6.
Number of  Plants
4

Production    13
Waste Streams
?
Quantity
(MT/yr-p.lant)

No.
of Plants
4
Waste Management
Technology
A- 18 ^
( 3 / ~"7 >-^ ^"^
Ji6-CK- j
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

No.
of Plants
4
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
M 1- 1l
                      S
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY


                Model h Oic.1 -  1   V
                                                                                                        o/ll/ou
                                      o/ou   /      ,
                                      Date   "7 /"go /c?Q

                                       Lli\cl(/C'.;T)i'i'\d
Number of Plants
Production
                                                                                                _ y

                                                                                            Ml A
                                                                                         t/
                                                                                                    V)
Waste Streams
mill - avliu^>

o
1
en
O
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
D
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Industry
Number of Plants
MlMlkifa
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
               Modeled - I  VICT' MT/'..y -
                                                                                                   0/ll/OU    .
                                                                                                   Date    7/3O
                                      Production
Waste Streams
II \ 1 /> C-
Y\\ill ")CXi.Ul^vS

a
i
en
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
~ . -<,^v'\
J \7|oOO




No.
of Plants
^
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Waste Management
Technology


Ci s~\ yi /-^ \
\ Ca^ ZVO cvc)



Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A s\\ s\~3
t\ ~~O \ ^ O ->
-0\



No.
of Plants
*p
o
a



Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant






Surface Area/
SI (acres)







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Industry V\T/\L
Number of Plants
.S M \UlKi6
I
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
Model G&W- US X 1C
Production \ , *$> X \^
-A
Date "7/3O/6O
)b tGT/W-^uv&o>.
^ KT/(V
"
Waste Streams
\\\&( iaa^S
7
1
>
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
"5 ,"700, CCO

No.
of Plants
\

Waste Management
Technology
A-)8
(_ \ (^ \OO o.c)
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-OI

No.
of Plants
1

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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Industry    VW/-\US>   HlU\M6

Number of Plants	j	
                                                    o/ll/ou
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT  SUMMARY                        Date   "/


                Model  (--,u( c\-  3,I*  XI QT  MT/ ' f - L( lid (.'/CIW.'.cl
                                    ^       .       U

                Product! on   ^.jp XlO
Waste Streams
\N\l\l ^ftxi \ViX5)


a
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uo
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
(0^00,000



No.
of Plants
\



Waste Management
Technology
A- \&
aX*"X _J \
CgO; \ d j acj


Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-o ,o^
(f jLVNCfl. \s.ULdc.cl
p l^ i

No.
of Plants
\



Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant




Surface Area/
SI (acres)





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<\
6/11/80 ,
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY Date ~L L~?. 0 ISO
Industry M^TlM
Number of Plants
.S K \kHUh
4
. /I
Model IVdMA - P S.) XlTi MT/ (iT -UUcLjyClY.tU\n
/ Vj ^"^
Production ^ , ^ X UjW MT/L\\/
U
Waste Streams
v\vdl WU^s

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
3,01,000

No.
of Plants
4

Waste Management
Technology
k-\Q

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A.-0\ ,03

No.
of Plants
4

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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Industry
Number of Plants
                                                 RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                                                                 Model  |yft\\ -
                      \T)
                                                                                                      1A
                                                                                                     6/11/80   ,      ,
                                                                                                     Date   -7/3Q/8O
Production
t <>
Waste Streams
tt\m TOAlUx^S
7
T
1
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
3,^^,000
No.
of Plants
\O
Waste Management
Technology
A -A 8
Cl 300 cxc)
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
k-01,0-5
No.
of Plants
\o
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                    6/11/80
                                    Date   
Industry     VigTAlS   VI \ M\Mfr

Number of Plants
               Model 1 \-Qin  - \ft X\0
                      lo !  ,-,-
Production
                                       UT/U\/
Waste Streams
VMlU -f^\U\^S
3
n
r>
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
^,1000060

No.
of Plants
^

Waste Management
Technology
/V-18
^SSOiXt
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A- 01,o^
-01
No.
of Plants
4

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model  Wan- Q\ X
                                                                                                     o/ll/ou  ,     /
                                                                                                     Date   Q   (   8O
                                                                                                        	    I*   /
                Production  QlX\ft^ Hi /U
Waste Streams
mil Wm^
n
n
-j
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
^STSpco

No.
of Plants
lo

Waste Management
Technology
A-A8
jQ.acK j
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-01,03
-o\
No.
of Plants
*->
\
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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Industry
          VI srTfl IS
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY


               Model  LlflA -  \  d   X
                                                                                                   O/ll/OU      .

                                                                                                   Date  l/3Q/fr
Number of Plants
Production    l.Q
                                      '      i
                                         HT/L ( V
                                                                                                (
Waste Streams
null +av\\vv8

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-0\,cri

No.
of Plants
a

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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T n H 1 1 Q t1 K* v i l~"~ i"A I ^. 1 I \ K. 1 1 V V i*~i

Number of Plants /

RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
Model Lji.G.A
Production

\ ^ \/ \ j\ *0
-\-d A\L)
1 1 \'\r\^> t\^\~
\<o IsC
/ " '
0
Waste Streams
 5
3
n
D
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
^O.OCQ

No.
of Plants
a

Waste Management
Technology
A- 18
0@lOO etc)
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -01 ,03

No.
of Plants
"7

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

              Model
                                                                                             ""A
                                                                                             o/ll/ou  /
                                                                                             Date   7/.3Q JgQ
               Production   4.6   XlO^ KT/UU/
rmuic
Waste Streams
&
3
en
o
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
1 N

No.
of Plants
w

Waste Management
Technology
A-\6

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
1

No.
of Plants
(.

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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Industry   Hl-TALS   H \M\Ki6


Number of Plants	1	
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY


               Model
                                                                                                 n n A
                                                                                                   >H

                                                                                                 O/ll/OU


                                                                                                 Date
f - I.BXiQ

               Production
        V-VTA.v-
                                                                                            0
Waste Streams
wuU 4cuU\>
3
%
.1
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)


No.
of Plants
\

Waste Management
Technology
Al ( >*J
	 1 r^^\.

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-O^o^

No.
of Plants
\

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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Industry   HeTftlS   H m V MG

Number of Plants          \
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model Kfi\ul)Ao
                       - 4
                                    o/ll/ou       .
                                    Date  "7/?,0 I G

Production  4 X I fr   MT

                             0
Waste Streams
^ wn,
o
1
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
1 1 A\/~V^I rvY^
\\Q OvJU'i1*-'^-'


No.
of Plants
\


Waste Management
Technology
(f; ^


Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
j\  O ' O ^j


No.
of Plants
1


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No." per
Plant



Surface Area/
SI (acres)




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Industry | | Tr\L% M \kl\Mta
Number of Plants 0>i
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
Model Hf/U i \ubl\U
Production \\ X^C)
" !A
6/11/80 / I
Date 8/1 SO
ivt - \ \ X \ ftk MT/i fy - 1 1 ivdXVUOUP
N-VT/Ci / 
U
Waste Streams
null A-aAuv^S
>
i
t

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
^A,oo^,coo

No.
of Plants
Si

Waste Management
Technology
A -.16

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements


No.
of Plants
a

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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idustry
jmber of Plants
                                                                                                    6'11 '80
                                                RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
Model
               -  "5 AIQ
Production   "^ X
Waste Streams
milV -kdvu^s

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
03,000

No.
of Plants
Co

Waste Management
Technology
A-\6

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
Ac-0\,o^
-o\
No.
of Plants
3

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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                                                                                          "IA
                                                                                          o/ll/au
                                                                                          Date   1
Industry
                           \k\\Vif-i
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

              ModeiS>\U)4Y -3 KNC^  KT/i\r-
Number of Plants
              Production
                                                                          x       /       g
                                                                             KT/U.\T
                                                                                   CJ
Waste Streams
Will H-OjJtui^S)
}
i
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
-7 -so ceo

No.
of Plants
3

Waste Management
Technology
/\-\B
^ \ (^ voo o-^}
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
/\-0\)O'j
-01
No.
of Plants
3-
\
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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Industry
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model Si liyV -
Number of Plants
                          m/ll/~
                                                                                                    o/ll/ou   ,
                                                                                                    Date   -7  /3Q   g(
                                                                                                      /*">      I     ~ l
Production
                                 \ ^   HT/U
Waste Streams
mdV -V^\\w^s
)
^
i
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
\ ,114,000
No.
of Plants
\
Waste Management
Technology
A-!8
(_ 1  O-i <*c^
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
/\-o\
No.
of Plants
\
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
"".A
o/ll/ou    ,     /
Date    7/5O/6Q
Industry HCTlM
Number of Plants
V 1
fi
Model~2.vv\C- 3. o Al(
Production 'cK'SXVO
^ j^/^
5 MT/nv,
-\lv\cWCYGiMvi
r
0
Waste Streams
wll HA\\\^

3
3->
1
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
^O.GOO


No.
of Plants
8


Waste Management
Technology
A--\8
Ci  100 
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 Industry
Hmmc-i
                                         RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                                                      Model "2: w\c- lo
                                                                                    o/ll/ou
                                                                                     o//ou  ,    /

                                                                                     Date  7/oO/5>Q
Number of Plants
                    (n
                                Production
,,., <,  .  	/   u
^   MtV
Waste Streams
mil \(ul\v\^
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
0^0,000
No.
of Plants
lo
Waste Management
Techno! ogy
A- V6 .
ClV3-i
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NONFERROUS MET^L SMELTING AND REFINING

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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model |D  Alu\Mu\uvVv -L
                                                                                                        IA
                                                                                                       6/11/80
                                                                                                       Date  jf In  {
                Production   \ "? 8 . \~74   -\v '.^.-/  /

Waste Streams

K^lu^c.
2. POT \i\vavS
MM. QA cxboiA

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

41^^
l^llT
^CLlVJL CUO
Obou^L

No.
of Plants

\
1
A

Waste Management
Technology

A-03^Jtti)
PI (lOC^lcOy
"^ - 0"^> ^ ^^''^ V
3 \ (voato)

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A-04



No.
of Plants

|

A
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


3
Surface Area/
SI (acres)




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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model ] Al
Producti on	| [p ^
                     - CbvUu <\v     \\ O
                                                                                                    6/11/bU
                                                                                                    Date  u/l-7 / 3Q

Waste Streams

\i ^luiC^CL
0. OyVlvi^vS
^ Q^ abov*.
a
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

^34-
(pA'^S
S&flxJiL 0>0
(xbou-t

Vv


No.
of Plants

\



ID


Waste Management
Technology

/V-Q^Lo^'txO
OH Lu)
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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model  IA\\UV\\\\\UVV\ ^ r
                                                                                                      6/11/80
                                                                                                      Date  If,
Number of Plants
                Producti on    J43  (Ml
                                     -
                                                                                                  ,
Waste Streams
I, ^luck^
*cm. cu> abow
v3 u
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
4 'loo
Oil JO 0-^
U
No.
of Plants
\
\

Waste Management
Technology
A-Q3-
"8-03^
(N"3 ItfUtf&aV
\c\
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
^04
03'
G- 01,0^,63
No.
of Plants
1
V
1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

3
3
Surface Area/
SI (acres)

S.-73


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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
Model
                      /lluw\ii\u^\-liui;
                                                                                             "RA
                                                                                             6/11/80
                                                                                             Date  lo/H /
              Productlpn    14(o,'!54O

Waste Streams

L ^lu-cKd
^' \
SJ-iVUL Cu3 Q.boo^-
i
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

, "3(5 3
"2>o3(o
^CLlWL 0/0
cxboi-t
H



No.
of Plants

c2

a
<^



Waste Management
Technology

A-OcX

S -CTif-^^i-O
0~^> lioorio.^
Q-03(.(j^^'^
n'Jj^^'-^^
n

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A -04

~B- o\.oO 03
d-Ol,C31 03
i \



No.
of Plants

3.

P
^


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant



Q'


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



q.~7S>



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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY


               Model  ) QftnfV-O'r-  Ssi\\C
           ftnflJ'
            I '
  RA

 6/11/80

 Date  C0/1-7 /gO


MtJW/PLJIKMS
Production
Waste Streams
1. jJ^-dtoluTiC V&idUfiS
fcc.vd. plavvL slu^S/O
*a.w. a/> above.
a
i
-j
00
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
\b8
8.4
^^ M

No.
of Plants
^

\o

Waste Management
Technology
Av-ca

i^r ^\ ^*^ \ (ij
\ "^ ^^ 1 1 "*\ \ ^^1

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
/\-04

"8- 01,00 03
i i

No.
of Plants
"3

\0

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


\

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


e.n


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Industry
bM F I- VLO.O U.S,
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT  SUMMARY

                Model  i
                                                                                       "RA
                                                                                       6/11/80
                                                                                       Date  (0/(-/ /

i>*v. . No. of Plants 1 1 Waste Management Technology A-oa B-03 Applicable Tech- nical Requirements A -04 B-Oi 03. 03 No. of Plants \ ) Treatment/Storage Surface Impoundments No. per Plant Surface Area/ SI (acres)


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Industry
Number of
MftkirpK.fcoiA.S
Plants \

~RA
b/ll/OU
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY Date (c/rf C(j
1/v A T 1 1 r . 1 ' 
/ ' Ai^ i'"\n \f J^- A / J-i/"! ^ l^^ i i i * i % f r f, ^v
i. UUSw." "Cr U Lri ' lv_ I L^.^V\CI C- Cs
Production ^, Ci"SCj AvM'^A . \/
' ' 0
Waste Streams
i
i
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
I
No.
of Plants
\
Waste Management
Technology

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -01, 03(
No.
of Plants
\
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)

o
tn

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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                                                                                                       ~RA
                                                                                                       6/11/80
                                                                                                       Date   (v
                Production   Q T7 Q 4 3
                                                                                                      vj

Waste Streams

1. vJLUe\TO\uV\C Y^ldWi
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0. ^WcUX-
*uu o^ ofc*.
a
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

^
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No.
of Plants

\
^
I

Waste Management
Technology

A-oa
^-03


Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A-04
"6-01,0^03
' 1

No.
of Plants

\
3

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


I
Surface Area/
SI (acres)


s.n

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Industry
Number of Plants
                                                 RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                     ~RA
                                     6/11/80
                                     Date   (r,l\-ll
Model |  UftftU  M^JlQUYl   OvCc.
Production    \3l  "^"7"S  "Ifr'A*

Waste Streams

1, ^lud^-
0. \a^co\ d/X-
WOIY\ ^^vflJttt^
u


Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

1393
o
^


No.
of Plants

\


a

Waste Management
Technology

/\-'Q^(ujUtiL5>
9- 1 Co3tua"tL
11
SL\ Luto/ui.
\ Q

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A-o4 01 03
1 /


"S-Oi 6^ 0*3

No.
of Plants

\


a
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
a



Surface Area/
SI (acres)
-3.3-7




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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                                                                                                       RA
                                                                                                       b/ll/au
                                                                                                       Date  U /(-?
Prod uct 1 on
                                   I .  i "H   "TM \S / \ *
                                                                                                      U
Waste Streams
3. \Q^OOV\ &uuivws
\ Y 0 ^ ^ l'^ vAXGtY
1)

c



Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
uuo
n
^0.\M- CX/J
cxbo^



No.
of Plants
l

a



Waste Management
Technology
A~O^UiJfo/5bS
0 1 [uJktf&S)
\q
B-G3l^
9 1 CuxwUS;
n

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -64,01,03

?)- Oi, 03^03



No.
of Plants
1

a



Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
0

a



Surface Area/
SI (acres)
-3.JT7

-3.3-^7




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Industry
                                                  RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                                                                 Model  1  MM
                                                                                                        A
                                                                                                      6/11/80        .
                                                                                                      Date  (j   \7  SO
Number of Plants
                                                                 Production
Waste Streams
YNOVVJL
3
J
D
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants
1
Waste Management
Technology
A-ou
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -00
No.
of Plants
1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
Number of Plants
                    RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                                  Model  1  IU\/UC:,^HA  ^APT  t-Yocluc
4
                                                                                         A
                                                                                       6/11/80
                                                                                       Date  If. /il /gO
Product!op
4. Oifl
Waste Streams
V\OIVJL
3
3
3
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants
4
Waste Management
Technology
A-OCD
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

No.
of Plants

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                Model
                                                                                                        "RA
                                                                                                        D/ll/OU
                                                                                                        Date   (W|-/  / SO
Number of Plants
                Product! on



Waste Streams

l.lflCcCkuvC vCSiAuA
ol
3. sllLoUL (.UACl, > Co vo\CXi"v'L V^S>^U-
00 
SCUV^L (XA C^bot>.
\ V

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

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A-04



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No.
of Plants

1



1
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Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
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SI (acres)





1 1. "5

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Industry
Number of
NOMFe e.^nui^
Plants c<

RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
Model | tllvu Fb.YCi lLMlC_
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Production Sol SlQ'S uj^'3
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6/11/80
Date (o In IQO
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Quantity
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1^4-1^
No.
of Plants
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Waste Management
Technology
A-03,fl
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-01^63
No.
of Plants
a
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
1
Surface Area/
SI (acres)
11, t)
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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                Production
                                                                                                         :A
                                                                                                       6/11/80
                                                                                                                ,     ,
                                                                                                       Date  (j   \1 /ftp
Waste Streams
V\OML
=

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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants
8
Waste Management
Technology
A -0(0
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A- oo
No.
of Plants
8
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
Number of
KlOUFE \L\GU 's
Plants 3

!A
6/11/80
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY Date (^ f (~\ /R.Q
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3
3
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Quantity
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No.
of Plants

Waste Management
Technology
A-0U
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

No.
of Plants

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acresl


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Industry
M
                             RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
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Model 3* /I mimmw
                                                                                             6/11/80
                                                                                             Date to /H I PC)
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                                           Production
                                                                                           VJ
Waste Streams
Vo V\JL_
3
DO
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)


No.
of Plants
SO

Waste Management
Technology
K-010

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -co

No.
of Plants
3O

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)
-


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Industry
                                           RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                  A
                                6/11/80
                                Date
OMf G
Model
ummum-
                                                                                     ,
                                                                                     /3O
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Number of Plants
                                          Production    P7
Waste Streams
\\0 KSL
i
CO
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)


No.
of Plants
l\

Waste Management
Technology
A -ob

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -00

No.
of Plants
\\

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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Industry
Number of Plants
P PiZQUS
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                                                                         6/11/80
                                                                         Date
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY                   ^

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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

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n
Waste Management
Technology
A -OCc
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nical Requirements
A-OO
No.
of Plants
\1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
Number of Plants
                                                  RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                       \
                                     6/11/80
                                     Date (Q
Production
Waste Streams
\f\OVvJL
3
3
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants
S1^
Waste Management
Technology
A-ow
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-OO
No.
of Plants
aa
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

              Model
                                                                                               " A
                                                                                               6/11/80
                                                                                               Date   ^ / 1 7 /
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
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No.
of Plants
a

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Waste Management
Technology
A-0^
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nical Requirements
A -04

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03
No.
of Plants
s

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No. per
Plant


l

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


0.3-O


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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model
                                                                                                   IA
                                                                                                 6/11/80
                                                                                                 Date  (o
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Number of Plants
               Product! on
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
Oi
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No.
of Plants
1
1

Waste Management
Technology
A -oa
3-03, H

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nical Requirements
A -DA
B-04 01
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No.
of Plants
I
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Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

\

Surface Area/
SI (acres)

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Industry I\1C}MFE^\.OVA^:>
Number of Plants )

RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
Model Q P(u)Ofi.r - VviTi'
Production "=^~3) ^lo""!
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6/11/80
Date (f.
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)


No.
of Plants
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Waste Management
Technology
A-0^

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nical Requirements
A-co

No.
of Plants
I

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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  Industry
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model
                                                                                                      6/11/80
                                                                                                      Date   U  ll
                                        ^-(L  Wnf~-M
 Number of Plants
Production
Waste Streams
V^Ol'UL
Quantity
(MT/yr-p.lant)

No.
of Plants
'"S
Waste Management
Technology
A -ob
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -oo
No.
of Plants
-s
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)

X>
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  Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY


                Model Q(
  Number of Plants
                                                                                                          b/ll/ou

                                                                                                          Date   Icj'c-i  |5
                Product! pn
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)


No.
of Plants


Waste Management
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nical Requirements
/\-oo

No.
of Plants


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)


10
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Industry
                                                  RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
Model Q
Number of Plants
Product! on
                    4 RQ
                                     b/ll/ou
                                     Date	In
                                    -  XL
Waste Streams
Y^ONJL
3
0
^
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants
5
Waste Management
Technology
A-oio
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-oo
No.
of Plants
^
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                Model
                                                                                                       6/11/80  ,
                                                                                                       Date  (p/(-7/8Q
Number of Plants
                Production
Waste Streams
)T\OIML
3
3
T
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants
3
Waste Management
Technology
A-0(*
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-oo
No.
of Plants
"^
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No." per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
Kl
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT  SUMMARY

                Model  0C
                                                                                                      6/11/80       ,
                                                                                                      Date  (j, /(7 f(
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Number of Plants
                                                     Production
                                                                                                    U
Waste Streams
noiML
3
3
p>
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants
2.
Waste Management
Technology
A'Oto
Applicable Tech-
nic^l Requirements
A-oo
No.
of Plants
a
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
Number of
fiWFe ft-VLGUS
Plants 4

A
6/11/80 /
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY Date (f l['l h,(J
Model Q Cop pC V- O^OV - S
Production ~?4 "7 TO 1"^^ A l. /
VJ
Waste Streams
rio KJL
3
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VI
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)


No.
of Plants
4

Waste Management
Technology
(\ -Olo

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -oo

No.
of Plants
4

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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Industry
M
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model PQ ULG.ci -
                                                                                                       \
                                                                                                    6/11/80      ,
                                                                                                    Date  I*  i-t   fi
                         C  -  XL
Number of Plants
         A
                Production
iol4

                                                                                                  U


Waste Streams

i. MuSiGW COV\-
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Industry
                                                 RCRA  WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                                                Model 0  I  g PL a  ~
                                                                                                    6/11/80
                                                                                                    Date  lf
                                                 - L
Number of Plants
                      II
Productiop    Q 4 .  1 4 R

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1, Ssludy.
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
3? \"^0i
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No.
of Plants
A
4
3
Waste Management
Technology
3 I (.U}w)"U 3)
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\
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-0\,03,03
B-01,03,03
i-04
No.
of Plants
4
4
3
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

I

Surface Area/
SI (acres)

o.u*


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RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT  SUMMARY
DD/\
U/ J.J./UU
Date   Co  ) I "7
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of Plants
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nical Requirements
A- 01,0303

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No.
of Plants
O

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A
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Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


1




Surface Area/
SI (acres)


G.llo





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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model 5  JJLdcl "I?a.tfeLM
                                                                                                   6/11/80
                                                                                                   Date    /ll /
               Production
                                                                                                           o

Waste Streams

1, S,(ucK,^

No.
of Plants

\

1

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Technology

j\ "0^> Lw^yttl)
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3. \ (uj^jUOj

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nical Requirements

A -01,03 03

jj A\ /A

No.
of Plants

1

1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
I


Surface Area/
SI (acres)
O.l(o



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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model  5 LfifllA-
                                     6/11/80
                                     Date  lo
                                                                                                                  ,
                                                                                                                  ISO
Number of Plants
Production

                                                                                                    
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Industry
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                     5>G  jjiaci -
                                                                                                      A
                                                                                                    6/11/80
                                                                                                    Date   ,
                                                    - L.
Number of Plants
Production
                                                                                                   VJ
Waste Streams
D
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants
U
Waste Management
Technology
A-Qlo
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-OO
No.
of Plants
b
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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  Industry
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY


               Model
                                                                                                      Date'     (1
                    KJO
                                                                                            - M
 Number of Plants
q
Production

                                                                                                                    O

Waste Streams
nCM-VJL
i
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants
Q)
Waste Management
Technology
Ar-OU
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -00
No.
of Plants
^
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)

I
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O

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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
               Model  Q^
                                                                                                   [A
                                                                                                 6/11/80  ,    /
                                                                                                 Date  ^  (-]  /
8
                                  u
                                                                                         ~S
Production      \QQ1  "'
                                                                                                               u
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V\0\\JL
3
j
)
T
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants
\8
Waste Management
Technology
A-Olo
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A- Oo
No.
of Plants
1-8
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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ORGANIC CHEMICALS

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Industry
Number of Plants
C
                          uEMVf
                          RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                                                                                      6/11/80
                                                                                                      Date (0 }\{fi I
Model /lc\ulQi.\vVnW  'P\6i\t  A  ' Llbwi   C'u,.
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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
               Model
               Productiqn
(J.VM
ction
                - PWi S^
                                A
                              6/11/80
                              Date  (r.
                                                                                                              fiQ
RR
Waste Streams
l,QUJ2\cV\ "You^Y"
* bono\Y\
3. WAVJU j.v\ds
"2> Q^CJno v\ m i Lc.

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
18,300
\l(o
90^, 900
No.
of Plants
1


Waste Management
Technology
/\-$\ loio/itte
34,\U^

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-Ol


No.
of Plants
)


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant



Surface Area/
SI (acres)




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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model
                                                                                                     A
                                                                                                   6/11/80
                                                                                                   Date  (t
                         O
SL
                                                                                                      AJL   >
               Product! on    1A1.131
Waste Streams
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1
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3
3
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
300
ID'S
441,QOO
443,300
No.
of Plants
3


Waste Management
Technology
A-CR Cwft/rts-O
Wl^w

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
ft-04,61


No.
of Plants
"3


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
3.Lo


Surface Area/
SI (acres)
O.|



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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model
                                                                                                      tA
                                                                                                     6/11/80
                                                                                                     Pate
                   .- \4A\\k iV)l
                                                                                                       rUor
Production

Waste Streams

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3. SUU.WC
3, <5pJUv(- CCLUsllC
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Industry
Number of Plants
                          RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                                                                                       A
                                                                                                     6/11/80
                                                                                                     Date
O.WEMiCALS
   (o
                              I             I
Model KMUi\GkimAt MftLd H(iJ\iYiiUmQ-f?f.i\ -'SnviK Hi

Productiqrl	
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
no
U3-4o
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<-

No.
of Plants
U




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Technology
A -\MuKdM
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nical Requirements
A -cxi- 01




No.
of Plants
IP




Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant
1*\




Surface Area/
SI (acres)
3.4





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Industry
Number of Plants
                             ll\LS
                                               RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                                                                                 6/11/80
                                                                                                 Date
Model
^a\\W0<^l(. iC'.f'.vc.  /lUvLn>
Production
                                                                             0.i >-t    \_fi V O
                                                                               111. C? JO
Waste Streams
\i\\iauu JIVM^*
i
-1
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
8-300
00
No.
of Plants
a

Waste Management
Technology
A-\3

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-04

No.
of Plants
3

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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Industry
               f,-,/. [Q
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
   A
6/11/80       ,
Date   [(, J3(a I %
         i     i
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Number of Plants
                                                                  Product!on       48. loQQ  KT/U/
                                                                           I    ^   J             i   i
                                                                                                    7 0


Waste Streams

1. l\c.ixou ^-^(is
D, ^luci^
3, CiCj.U(LO
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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                                                                                                         A
                                                                                                       6/11/80
                                                                                                       Date
Number of Plants
                Product! on
                                                                                                       V)


Waste Streams

o
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A. co.us.-Kc
Si(xw-fi- &/i cx^oou-C^
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1
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

-S
1\
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iq
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Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
i
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P>- C4(0/




No.
of Plants

3


3



Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
3.1


3.1



Surface Area/
SI (acres)
SA


9.4




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6/11/80
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY Date to/^lo/^G
Industry L) !




Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant
3.1




Surface Area/
SI (acres)
3.4





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Industry
Number of Plants
                                              RCRA  WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                         Qti-EM\CALS
               EN  /MCK
                                                                                               o/ll/ou
                                                                                               Date  V
                       (o
Production     Slo OOP  KT/4V"
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\,
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2, t"3)(_ IvjL&OULS
3. VCH Ks-aouL^
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No.
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3




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Technology
A-ft(wGu5tol-
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3(^luXUStllS
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Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-01,03




"B-oijOa

No.
of Plants
-3




"3

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
3. 1




3-1

Surface Area/
SI (acres)
Q.A




Q.4


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 Industry
 Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

             Model  ^i/mii   EbC  \  layvfe-
                                                                                          RA
                                                                                         6/11/80
                                                                                         Date  Cofc>tr/3Q
               0.
Production
                                       KT/
uv
Waste Streams
1, Solved V \VU-Y U)CU5t^
4. QCLUVhc


Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
"SO
"b'SO
^143*3
5-5,000

No.
of Plants
4


1
Waste Management
Technology
A- l^> luO&fltoS 1,
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^(^(vjOOUiXj^
1 Q
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-01,02



No.
of Plants
4


l
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
3.1


3,1
Surface Area/
SI (acres)
a. 4



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Industry    \ f~ XIIL
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

              Model
                                                                                             :A
                                                                                            6/11/80
                                                                                            Date  -y
S>cnaAiv\C  -  ^^ Th
                                           u-cc
Number of Plants
Production
     V.1UA
                                                                                       \r_
Waste Streams
Y\OVUL
)
j
j
j
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)


No.
of Plants
a
Waste Management
Technology
A -Ota
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-CO
No.
of Plants
5
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model
                                                                                                     IA
                                                                                                   6/11/80
                                                                                                   Date   -
Number of Plants
               Production
J4

Waste Streams

Y\(j \\J2_
C /"^ I \ i p \ . 4 er

DO

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

	
1 ~5 i
1 o  |


No.
of Plants

a
\
\


Waste Management
Technology

A-Olo

" ' ]


Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A-oo
~Ti /\ A
j> - (^Jt-\


No.
of Plants

a
i
1

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant




Surface Area/
SI (acres)





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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

             Model  IjQool  ScouJm-\r
                                                                                     ~RA
                                                                                     b/n/au  ,    ,
                                                                                     Date  -7 I \tfl
                             -  1	l^tK
Number of Plants
Production
                                                                                 0
Waste Streams
V\D 1>JL
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants
a
Waste Management
Technology
A-oc^
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-oo
No.
of Plants
^
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
Model
                                                                                                     o/ll/ou   /    ,
                                                                                                     Date   -7/(8-^
H
No.
of Plants
1
1
a.
i
i

Waste Management
Technology
A'S^
B-oi, H
fr-oa
^-01, l^
E-oi
J
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-oA
&.o\,oa
C-OA
i>-01
 -o;
F-fcl
No.
of Plants
\
I
51
1
1

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

a

a

i
Surface Area/
SI (acres)

o.-y?

O.TJ9



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  Industry
  Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

              Model  UQoOl
                                  ~RA
                                  o/li/ou
                                  Date  -ni'
                                                                                                              /8O
                                -  H-  fi\\cci
Product! on
Waste Streams
^kci^(L
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
4434.4
No.
of Plants
I
Waste Management
Technology
A rOS.iq
to.qa oc")
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A--OV
No.
of Plants
1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
1
Surface Area/
SI (acres)
o.^a
a
i

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Industry
Number of Plants
                                                    -,11.-   ,
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY                        Date "7 / T

               Model  LOool  \-\V\\cJ\ |\i.C - U - ^blKC J"
                Production

Waste Streams
"S 1 U.d Vj^
0
sM\5L


o
1X3
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
i\oan
8831. ID




No.
of Plants
\
I




Waste Management
Technology
A -03.
-J, _ O-^ \Q

0-84-oc)


Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-04
~2>~0 \




No.
of Plants
\
I




Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant

\




Surface Area/
SI (acres)

1.84





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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                                                                                                        t>/ll/au   ,     ,
                                                                                                        Date   -7/08/66
                                      -    ) \\< c
Producti on    34-QQ
Waste Streams
1, Sjud^C
p. Solo-cuH
**CUVJL a
o.baoc
M
No.
of Plants
\
i
\
\
\
a
i
a
3,
\
^
Waste Management
Technology
ft-0UlOaO
\ 3 Lu3o5kd;
fl
"S-O\(-^^x-^\
\^llX)(LA,-tiL5
\<\
n>_ Q~~) LyJc*^ts_f
I 3(too^rU2)s
n
^- OS^fl
^ - 0l , IS
F-01
Gi-0,il
14-03
ro^,fl
CO- 0^1 OLO
^-o'J^n
R-01
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
4-04-
"S-04-,01,03
d-04-,01
1)'0\,O4
H-O1
-- 01,03-
&-0^,Ol
H-04
X-Ol
4-0\
V<-OI
No.
of Plants
I
I
1
\
I
a
I
8
a
\
^
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
a
0
Q
a
a

a

i
a

Surface Area/
SI (acres)
o.cn
O.C~7
0.0-7
0.01
0.0-7

o.cn

0.0~7
0.01


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Industry
PXTIJJE
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                Model
                       "RA
                       u/li/uu  ,     ,
                       Date  -7/3B/5C

c \\ - S iv\\ nlP - SA -  3^ \v-gf "h
                Product! on
Waste Streams
^ . C, O I LA \\ \3
^UANVJL J^ OJ/DQ 1>C
/
0 V V v I "i i >* III f\ t i
^JC T^ V*^_ 1-* \^ J t V*V. VJ \ S^s
? ^
IV
)\
M
^ 1 VJLQ^P
^(xvNvL ct/^ CL^OU^I
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
^11.4
o^- \Cj Q
C CL_V\^ e^}
CL\JOL^L
ii
'\
1 1
o^.a
*SCs. i/vv^ Cc/)
CX. bo Vj"^
No.
of Plants
1
]




\


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Waste Management
Technology
|^ -Q^ (.LOOjEtc ft
\^> (.LO^U.t))
i Q
Q  0 1 CujCu~lL 1
1 d> Cu)W."1S.3y
C*'08,fl
^-ll.fl
E -01, 1^
F-0\
Gi- 03-
W - OS ( ft
X-01
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-o4,ol
i_J5 r\/\ \ \ \
V^  ^ [ )^-i" \^j \
_ ) )
d-OA-,01
b-CX\,0|
E-0\,G3
F-01,0^
6-04
H-OI
JT-O)
No.
of Plants
1
1
1
1
1
1
"5
1
\
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. oer
Plant
a
Q
a
a
9.


1

Surface Area/
SI (Acres)
0.37
0.-S7
0.3~7
O.-STf
0.^7


0-0-7


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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                Model
                                                                                                       Date
                Production
Waste Streams
U ^luc^C
5, <;olunrico
^kd^L
^(X^VJL CuO G.\300^
D
t
n
i
^lu d^C.
C.CLU^. CLO aboi^
V t
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
8^A.5
^o.-s
SS4.3
^CLJVV^. cxy^
alooo^
1 1
U834.4
SCLvya. ay)
(ibo^
\l
No.
of Plants
\
1
\
3
1
I
1
Waste Management
Technology
A -"O^fuODudu")
1"5 llOWil^J
fl
^-0^^(
C^13
J3-03L
E - 0^ , \S
(O.^ac^
P-o-]
n- O"',^
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -04-, 0 1
~B-Oi,03i
d-04
t>-O4
E-OI
F-0\
Gi-01
No.
of Plants
1
1
I
3
1
I
1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
a
a


i

a
Surface Area/
SI (acres)
0,ci3.
oaa


0.c|-9.

O.0!^

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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT  SUMMARY

                Model
                                                                                                      PRA
                                                                                                        ll/
                                                                                                      Date-7
                                                                                                               i    .  i
                                      -  <& \VC.rt
Product! on      R'SQQ  V.UV' -./


Waste Streams

L M^l^-h,
.

Ss 1 L^ Q ttf
_, "^CL Uv^t Gy^ CXrJCilA-f
o
r>
Si a d \^-C

Quantity .
(MT/yr-plant)

3441. A
8. ^

3441. a
so.ua ay^



No.
of Plants

\


a




Waste Management
Technology

A - otsjo^O
' p'(uiL^
H W J J
V
C, - di , i(



Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A -01 }&\


B:^'SC.^
Q.-o\



No.
of Plants

\
1

\
\
\

\
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

1

1
3


Surface Area/
SI (acres)

O -^~7

0.^-7
0."V7



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Industry_
Number of Plants
                                                                                        /^l lnn
                                                                                       uate  i
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
             Model  UloiuEu-  OomoJpy.-  H-
              Production
safln


Waste Streams

I. sUc&yL
1, Sol^CK'Hi
"bluosj3
oJcJO \jJi
^$.0
C^X l-lvJi. QjQ

No.
of Plants

1
i
1
4
\
1

Waste Management
Technology

A-0-S^uo^uO
I ~^> (uOcus^i.^'
l^
~P - C\ ~~1 \^1
C-o-5, ^
1
D-oa
"E -03, v\

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A -01. 04
)
"B-Ol
-0^,03
^-04
E -04,01

No.
of Plants


I
1
3
1

1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant

1
a
\

3
Surface Area/
SI (acresl

1.84
1.84
1.84



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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
(rrXTILr--^ Model lOoi^tU -
f Plants _J Production Q*} .
Oan\0kv
aco K
b/ll/bU
Date ~7 i
< - L-. -- 2i
1 b/uiv:
3^/eo
vrCt"

Waste Streams

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
I 
No.
of Plants
\
Waste Management
Technology
A-c-s
. C3>8 oc)
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A--o\
No.
of Plants
1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
I
Surface Area/
SI (acres)
3.08

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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model  L^QLU \\ -  ").( c-.(-) UA C -
                                                                                                        b/ll/BU
                                                                                                        Date   ~
Producti on
                                                  -i i/
                                                                                                  1  V

Waste Streams

I, MixtacL.
Q . SoKuL i\c\*\,

^d \Yv-Q. OuO (X bo ^ i
^V- CJL p ^, S l^1- o ^(L-

\3 0
^kcV
uuu. ^ aUi*.
vv
'
l\

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

78"3. 6
'B.'b

lr^"7D 4


W-/G ,4
7 0*3 .0
/O o- O
(xbou-c_
l^
41
u

No.
of Plants

i
\

1
I

I
a
a
3
I
1

Waste Management
Technology

f\ - Ot) (uM4lf
_ /
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-b . A-7(iOftjUD
ntMJM.3
y '^
G-Ol.l0!
3)-oi,rt
Ef* ^"^
- O ^
F^oa,\i
/ /^*\ ^"^ 1 Lji
i *"*n *  " ( ) iN 1 I
H -09, 1QI

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A -04.01
j

3-O1 ,04-
)

C-01
i-o,oa
E -04
F-04,01,05
-04,01



No.
of Plants


\


1

1
3
Si
1
a
I
i
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

3


3

3
3

3
3
^
Surface Area/
SI (acres)

0-~3l


0.31

0.31
O.~31

o."Si
O.V7
0.-31

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RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
5/11/8U  '
Date           RQ
Industry !PXT\LtS>
Number of Plants \ C)

Waste Streams
\ . *5> k^dv
^>CXV\vJL  3 ,
"^>- C~^tuM^- ^ j
\"^)(uMtL3-j
^0
a-o^
u-o^
E-0^(\<\
F-08,^

y
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-04,O1
"B-01,04
G-01,0^
^-04-
E-O^Ol ^
r,oA,oi

No.
of Plants
\
\
^
a
3
1


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
Nor per
Plant
3
^
^

"3
3

Surface Area/
SI (acres)
0.^
c.^
0.^9.

o.s^
o.^a


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Industry
FKTIl FS
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                                                                                                        RA
                                                                                                       6/11/80
Number of Plants
                                                  Product! on   RQ  1


Waste Streams

\ % S> I U c\Sfi-
P% SsG\l>-tVAT^i
^CiNvoL CLO ccboUJl
l^Cl^ ^luc\\
oo
^G. VlvfL CLO (X \jo i>C
11
v. V
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

Ul'SS-O
13.1
SA^^O.O

bl^.O
SOLVIVJL Ct>0
GJoot1^
vv
M
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Ho.
of Plants

\
\
V

a
A
3
\
\
1

Waste Management
Technology

A  Oot f w)W"t5- \ )
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"&-0"ltuft5ki|
I3(iutea)
0 - ("} \ \Q
^-0^
E-Oa \S
^-08^\i
G-HN\i
H-
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                                                                                                       nn,A
                                                                                                       u/ ll/
Industry     ~]  XT1LE"S
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY                        Date

                Model   Ui\(  V.  -  *X \V\-\ OU ~
Number of Plants
Production
                                           V  \
                                                                                                     u


Waste Streams

0 <^O \\j^C\. \T\^s
^(JL \\V__ Oj(i (XUOU^-i
JL Y. dLljt, S> I L^ci OL-
^lu^e.
SGivvoi 
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RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
6/11/80  ,
Date  *7 / q ,  /6Q
Industry
\ py.T(Ll:-S
Number of Plants \ c>


Waste Streams
1. ^(U
Q- so
Xi,
JLVLCt.pt ^(UcU^
? ^1U^C\<
uJ
SCUM o

us cxbou^
\ \
"
*MVL
^Uv\\C_ cufy C-cl}Ov>Q
\
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Quantity
(MT/yr-p.lant)
r-s.o
o 1 / O* ^^
0 * vO  /
S(X.^VJJ. CbO
cx.bo v/^
u
X 
3iT3.lo
S^CL v\vJL CvvO
(x k) o v>-Q
i\
No.
of Plants
1
1
1
\
1
Q^
4
1
1
Model
Vurl
-VjvoOlc- H- ^O^vCf-t
Production \ A . "S *7 "5 klb/LU/

Waste Management
Technology
I """jliOCutlc)
"3 - O *5 (.UJcvjtt ()
^0< (0 S). 0^-CL-)
\ i(i.OCoj(j Q j
\ ^
a-oi,^
D-O^
E-U
F-O^L
6 -G-S ( 1^
H-on
X-o-i.iR

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Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
fa - O4- 0 \
B-0\,04
a-oi,
03-
Tb-01
E.-04
F-04
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,0-2,
H-OI
r-o

No.
of Plants
\
1
1

i
^
"3
1
\
\

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
3
3
3



A

3
Surface Area/
SI (acres)
o.ua
o.^
o.ka



O.C.3.

0-^

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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model   K V\ l
                                                                                                        "I A
                                                                                                        o/ll/ou
                                                                                                        Date   -;
I \\ \
                              - ^ -   O \ v
Production

Waste Streams

I. SlucKjL
X ^olL^vTb
^>luc\VfL
o

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

WaS . (o
W O " *
\ ^D ^ OvO ' C^
"S,Cu \VJ2_. OL/O
CtloOL/ML

No.
of Plants

\
I
1
I

Waste Management
Technology

l\ ""0 ! (lOM ULI
\'^(u)^iSti?/^
. 1 V


Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

A-o4,0\

"E-0\
CL-0 I

No.
of Plants


1
1
1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

3
a

Surface Area/
SI (acres)

3.08
^.08


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                                                  RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                                                                         A
                                                                                       fa/ll/bU
                                                                                       Date   -/
Industry
VTIL 
Number of Plants

Model     \\ fl"   -  0 CM \
                                                 Production    "3^4  -J   Uil)/.  '.
Waste Streams
L Slu6\Q.
Q. SolL^llb
slud^L
so-v\^.c (\,o aboi^d
^j 	
i
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^luc\^
SOLi\vJL OL/^ abouJL
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
6b.4
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86-4
c^nKii oai
a\oou^
\ V
"701. a
^XIAVJl ^
CvlOC) i^t.
No.
of Plants
^
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\
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a
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Waste Management
Technology
A'6^)(^^0
l'3(^5liL^
i-0\,0^
0-04
"i> -04
B-CM
F- 01
No.
of Plants
\
1
1
1
a
1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
a
a


i
^
Surface Area/
SI (acres)
O.l^
C.lo


0,1^
0.1-5

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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model
                                                                                                 fa/ll/bU  ,
                                                                                                 Date  7 [ ^ .^' / $
                        n
                             - K- & \\-ecV
Production      fi7 f T^) V \ h /
                                               U
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Waste Streams

\, sluAvc.
3. soliMVv.~H>
S>lu.cK.(L
i
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^G.ua GUO a.boo^
^


Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

9H.O
l.T
PH-0
*bou^
VI
\ ( Ovo  ^
C(_^v\vJJ_ Ct/3
A 1 r) (jJ2
"


No.
of Plants

1
1
I
1
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Waste Management
Technology

'  ^*^C7*
. 'I3U^
^-Ol.fl
0-OQ
tb -oa, ii
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F-0-/,\9
G-o^(\^
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Industry
              p VCT\l
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT  SUMMARY

               Model   km"^.-  0
                                                                                                 "1A
                                                                                                 o/ll/ou
                                                                                                 Date   j
Number of Plants
                           v
    - L -D v \-edr
Production
k\li/UYr


Waste Streams

0 . S> d 1 U-C. I'V r^
S 1 ^A<^ \Q
g S u.d y-
o
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SG.U\I QJ^ aboiA

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

^Q/6
34\.3
91S4-. 4



No.
of Plants

1
\
^

1

Waste Management
Technology

/-\ - C)^- (uXi/TtG 0
\ ^) (uXWftt 5 )
i Q
B'OA
r\  (x
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Industry
Number of  Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model   U V
Ad.-  \\f
                                                                                                  ~RA
                                                                                                  o/li/au
                                                                                                  Date   -?7)R
     10 v
               Production
\RR
                                                                                             '   V)


Waste Streams

U sluc^c
P. SollM^H
"S luckjL
o
1
(L


Q68.4
^LLtoi 
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 Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

              Model
innr\ i

U.,l  -
                                                                                                ~RA
                                                                                                b/ii/au
                                                                                                Date
        P>V
                             - H -  J) \'rC^
 Number of Plants
Production
3400
Waste Streams
Stacks
0
J
)
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
b-S."5
No.
of Plants
I
Waste Management
Technology
A-oa
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
K-04
No.
of Plants
I
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)

i
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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY


                Model
                                                                                                      "A
                                                                                                      b/ll/au
                                                                                                      Date
       QaA.fi A-~
             V
Production    (o  IC^
Waste Streams
\ . ^ \ VA. ^/"~
3 CaOlvMUv3
-sU<,c
S(X\VJL Q.^> CXbo^Q
 i
i
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
^'o
\83.3
^bS^
tv
u
V-\-S8A
No.
of Plants
\
1
3
1
\

Waste Management
Technology
|\. - 03 tolto l)
\ o (uicujtii' 9 j
lO
^-61,1*1
c,-oa
^ -oi , ^
rj" A. r\ i c\

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-04-,01
B-o\,03.
0  f ^ 4-
"i) -Ol
E -0^^1,03

No.
of Plants
\
1
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^
\

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
A
Si

5l
a

Surface Area/
SI (acres)
o.
0.1-5

0,1-1,
0.1-6


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Number of Plants
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              Model  flftjiftf-b-  H-  ll)\r(L
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n'ai
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Technology
%
J
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nical Requirements
A -04,0 1
13-04
C.-OI

No.
of Plants
I
I


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Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
a

a

Surface Area/
SI (acres)
o.>7

G.~*>7
\

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  Industry
 Number of Plants
                                                  RCRA  WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                      !A
                                    6/11/80   /    |
                                    Date    -7/^q  J.?Q

                                  \\-ecf	'
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7.QQO
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
i-s-si.^
13,410.4
No.
of Plants
1
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Technology
ft-oa, ici
"B-o-?,^
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
/\-04^0\
B-OI
No.
of Plants
1
1
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
a
3
Surface Area/
SI (acres)
o.c,a
o.^a
i

no

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Industry 1 trXTlUr^
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
cr-M i ' \/ O -r\
i Model ^tOCX l, YCutl\- >>- ,-U;
Number of Plants Q \

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lo,1&,
^(A\ML QjQ 0^boi)4L
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4 . 0
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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY


               Model
                                                                                                      PRA
                                                                                                      -,11,..   ,
                                                                                                      Date   -7/gey
                Production
Waste Streams
1, Q I^VJL QA OL\DO^(L
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(MT/yr-plant)
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o/ll/ou
Date   1
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Number of Plants L0

Waste Streams
3 . SO 1 VA U \v>
SlacfoL
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(MT/yr-plant)
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of Plants

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A - OS fi-o&rtt- 1>
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nical Requirements
A ^C\\ S\ \
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of Plants
I
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No. per
Plant
a
3



2
Surface Area/
SI (acres)
O.W-
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O- L9 ^L

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                                             RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                                                                             "RA
                                                                                             u/ll/ou
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POCTILE-S
            Date
M-v  YL  -Ib
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                                             Product! on   3*7.^00

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l.^liukc,
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^,-74 , st
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31^. a
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1
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A-oat*^
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nical Requirements
l\ -03,01
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^>-04,OI
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No.
of Plants
I
I
1
I
1
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Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
a
a

Q

2
Surface Area/
SI (acres)
0 .CQ
o.^a

O.Q

O.CQ

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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                                                                                                       "RA
                                                                                                       O/ll/BU
                                                                                                       Date   i
                Producti on      4ic.^CN)
Waste Streams
qoluai-b
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0
1
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
4.1
	


No.
of Plants
St
8


Waste Management
Technology
A-Po
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nical Requirements
A-o4
S-oo


No.
of Plants
a
8


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant




Surface Area/
SI (acres)





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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model     M m'\ i no D-P w - H -
                                     RA
                                    6/11/80
                                    Date   7 /

                                      \ v-CrV
                                                                                                                 Q
Number of Plants
Production
Waste Streams
noivJL
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3
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

No.
of Plants

Waste Management
Technology
i\-0(c
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
ft-oo
No.
of Plants
2
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)


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Industry
               I  P
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
              Model   PjJ)kc!  fab /it ~
                                                                                               RA
                                                                                              6/11/80
                                                                                              Date  73
Number of Plants
               Production
                                                                           A DO
                                                                                          U
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Sol^-^ArV^
wotxa.
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Quantity
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OA
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No.
of Plants
\
3


Waste Management
Technology
A--.V2,
TbrOU


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nical Requirements
A -04-
^'D0


No.
of Plants
1
\


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant




Surface Area/
SI (acres)





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                                                 RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                   D/ll/OU

                                   Date
  Industry
                            -  H -  3fr\
 Number of Plants
Production
SQQ
Waste Streams
v\o^_

Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)


No.
of Plants
\

Waste Management
Technology
/\-.ou>

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
rVCO

No.
of Plants
\

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per 
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)
i * *

tn
o

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Industry
RCRA  WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY


               Model  I
                                                                                               'RA

                                                                                               6/11/80
   U/ 1 LI 0\J  I     I
   Date  "7 / 33 / /?Q

  c^   \   fH
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Number of Plants
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solutvch
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(MT/yr-plant)
-5. a
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of Plants
i
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Waste Management
Technology
f\~33
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nical Requirements
A -04
B-OO



No.
of Plants
I
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Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant





Surface Area/
SI (acres)






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  Industry
Tf-
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RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY



               Model
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                                                                                   c~>
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\AO\UL
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No.
of Plants
3
Waste Management
Technology
A-G^D
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -co
No.
of Plants
^
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant

Surface Area/
SI (acres)

o
I
en
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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
               Model  ( JL)OQ \
                                                                                                    D/li/OU
                                                                                                    Date
    \ v\\^cU(L
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C.OL^vJL CXy^ aU6u^
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68.^
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88.q
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1
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Technology
A-0a(WMtM)
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nical Requirements
A -04,01
"&-04
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^"0^,01
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No.
of Plants
I
1
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\
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No. per
Plant
^


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SI (acres)
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Industry
Ti-
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model
                                                                                                   6/j.i/oJ
                                                                                                   Date    7/;
                    \ v\ vS  \ v\vv ~ H -  1 \A d i v
Number of  Plants
Production
                                                                            Vib/U\/


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2). SiOlL^UT2^
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8-4*
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\
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	 . 	 V
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nical Requirements
A -04
B-m
d-00



No.
of Plants
I
I
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No. per
Plant





Surface Arec
SI (acres)






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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
p XT 1 L trS Model 1 UOO 1 r i v\ v
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Industry
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                      HE
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                Model
                                                                                                       Date
xdo - ^ -  \
Number of Plants
                                                                  Producti on
                                                                                    \
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\. S>l^6vJL
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1-0
30. 0
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nical Requirements
fl-04-,0l
^>-04-
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^-0^\-
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F-OA-
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No.
of Plants
I
3
4
a
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\3
98
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
1



1


Surface Aref
SI (acres)
O.03-



O.OSk



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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                  llloMLVl-
                                                                                     6/ii/oU
                                                                                     Date
-M-WAUht
Number of Plants
             Production
Waste Streams
\. Sluckc
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Md.O
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aboi>-5.
4,8
qe.o
^ai'U a^
(Xboi^
i 
1 1
764-0


No.
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1
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-~>
\
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\
I
1
41
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C^3
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P-ll
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RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                                                                            ?RA
                                                                                            6/J.J./OU
                                                                                            Date   -
Industry
Number of Plants
              Model   [iloo-f'M- Simple-  U- L
              Producti on  5 9 . "76 8
                                                                                          g
Waste Streams
\, ^luckjC.
0. ^ol u-C. verb
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(MT/yr-plant)
413, -5
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30.3
41-3.5
^^^

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of Plants


5
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1

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Technology
f\-(^iv*U$Z-\}
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0>-c^
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nical Requirements
A -o4, o
"B-04
C.-04
^-04
^-04
F-00
No.
of Plants

1
3
-7

14
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
1





Surface Are<
SI (acres)
0.^0






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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                                                                                                         6/j.i/ ou
                                                                                                         Date  ~7
                Product! on__4Q)QO
                                                                                                     J
Waste Streams
1. skcke
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(MT/yr-plant)
133. 
a.boi^L
VI

No.
of Plants
I
1
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4
I
13
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nical Requirements
A-04,0)
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i) -0^,01
-04,01,03
-64
F-04,01
6-00
No.
of Plants
1
1
1
i
i
4
1
13
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
I


!

1

Surface Arec
SI (acres)
O-08


0.0

O.QE


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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY



               Model I
                                                                                                    JRfl
                                                                                                    6/ii/oO

                                                                                                    Date   1
                                 -VU U\C\UCClT
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S Model IfWflw- GbmOlox-
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3 A'otXxH
aolwivte
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(MT/yr-plant)
V4^^
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No.
of Plants
I

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4

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Technology
'A~3c.U)kytA,3
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nical Requirements
A-04,01
^-04-
CL^O^- o\
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No.
of Plants
1
1
1
4


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Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
\

1


Surface Area
SI (acres)
o.^

0.99-



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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                   'U \MvI-\V  J
                                                                                       6 / j. i / ou   .
                                                                                       Date  *7/23J
Production
.\v\e
                           : - $>- WcUvgcV
                                  K\b/
    /
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sSoltfc-K
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^oMiv-K
0 _ \
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sanM 0,0 abo^
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
8.4
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8.^
4W.O
QllA^L Ci/3
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No.
of Plants
\
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1
\
3


Waste Management
Technology
A ~0c) IvcWJ^-O
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n
13("jw>ii3j
0- I "5)
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nical Requirements
A-04,u\
3-04
Q.-CA
^5-04,01
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P-04,01
6-00
No.
of Plants

I
1
1
3
1

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
a


a

a

Surface Area
SI (acres)
0-16


O.i8

0-18


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Industry
i  P
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY



               Model
                                                                                                     6/j.j.foO   ,     i

                                                                                                     Date   7 /CjC(  /
Number of Plants
        10
                Production     Q 3
                                 ~-
Waste Streams
L ^lucUe.
Q.SoV^WT^
Solu^\\-K
S L^ckcL
l'
^a \\viL ^ abo^
CT>
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\^0lv.^
Quantity
(MT/yr-p.lant)
\W9.^
91."^
Sl.'S
11^3.5
Ssd.ua cuo
aloou^.

No.
of Plants
1
I
1
5
3
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Technology
fV-O^tuxAi)
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ll
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Tb-oa
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Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
/V-OA-,0\
2-c.q-
C-OA-,01
^-oq-
b-OO
No.
of Plants
I
\
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3,
^
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
a

a


Surface Arec
SI (acres)
0.4C,

O.4U



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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                                                                                                      -OR"
                                                                                                      "6/n/eO
                                                                                                       Date  "7 / 7f ; /R
          '  L'
                Production
       ^W  I

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Waste Streams

Si.^SU
\AC}ML
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1 1
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)

"l\.\
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of Plants

1
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Waste Management
Technology

toluXurU 0-)
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Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements

ft-OA-,01
^-00



No.
of Plants

I
3


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
a



Surface Are
SI (acres)
\/54




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Industry
              >T\? KTI
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

              Model  \l\\\\- -
                                                                                              6/n/au  ,
                                                                                              Date  "7/33  jfiQ
Number of Plants
               Production
                                                                            1QQ
Waste Streams
. siuA
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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                    Wm-1- -
                                                                                      -PR A

                                                                                      Date' "
                               - \nr\u-crf"
Production
Waste Streams
.Slacks.
a solans
^X\M ao a.bo^
Solo^vvK
E Slvxcko
CTi <3
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Y\0\\JL
Quantity
(MT/yr-p.lant)
33-7.8
T.fc
*SCtv\\JL 0>2)
a\ooi>-^
^7-8
337.8
sav\vJi a/)
abou^>
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No.
of Plants
\
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b
A
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Waste Management
Technology
A -03 (wxwfoi)
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F- II, fl
G-OC3
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nical Requirements
A-oA-,01
^-0^1-
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i-ol,oi
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-01
F- 04,01
$-00
No.
of Plants
\
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U
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1

-SL,
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
\


i

1

Surface Arec
SI (acres)
0. \Q


O.18

0-(8


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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT  SUMMARY

               Model
                                                                                                 6/11/00
                                                                                                 Date
                                  ,    ,
                               ~  ?;c{  /

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LSlu^UL
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sai\vL a/) abou^
salu^w^
i ^ ' ^eV
sa\\\.d a/i a \cjoufi.
hblvJL
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
^105.8
iT), a
sai\^L cuo
a^o^.
\3>.^
40S.8
^0
v3(uwti!3)
11
3-os(u*wtiO
ll>(ul(W^9^
e-\"2,
D-OS
F-\\
F-Olo
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -04, 01
"43-04
a-o^
^)-o4
E-O4
F- 00
No.
of Plants
\
\
3
3
1
31
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
\





Surface Arer
SI (acres)
0."3C






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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                Model
Production
                                       t\D/U
V
Waste Streams
o . sol^^~H>

SO \\)4MvH
skd^L
I ho \\fi-
CO
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
-sb',-1
3.6

3-8
-58. 1
 .

No.
of Plants
a

\
A
\A-

Waste Management
Technology
A-03 (.lOOJtdl ),
1'3 (.uoojyU^
fl
5-\3
o-os,^
Cb-OCo

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
fl--o4^oi

"B-D4
-04,01,0^
"3) -00 '

No.
of Plants
I

a
1
14

ireatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
\


\


Surface Are
SI (acres)
0-05


o.oe



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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT  SUMMARY


               Model
                                   6/n/dO   ,
                                   Date  "7  3C\

                               - H-
Production
Waste Streams
1, SslucWs.
0, 'SobcVh)
SolulvvVs
SlujW
\->
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Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
l
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Industry
               Ib
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model W\\lA- ~ VO\N\Oi.( .-
                                                                                                       PRA-
                                                                                                       6/n/oO
                                                                                                       Date  ~
Number of Plants
                Producti on
                                                                                5 1
                                                                                "
Waste Streams
5.1olX-h

SolWATb
Slu  _Q^


Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A- 04, 01

^-04
G-04,01
3>-CO


No.
of Plants
\

1
\
q


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant
I


1



Surface Arec
SI (acres)
0.4^


O.4(o




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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                                                                                                        0 / J.JL / OU
                                                                                                        Date
Number of Plants
Production
                                Mil
                                                                                                  vj
Waste Streams
\, SlucluL
^olwUv-K
SAA\a cuO a\ooi^
vv
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vl
Si uc\\^9_
^av\a QUO abolM.
ll
^OivJL
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
cPG-a
1.0
S>ai-iL^ axo
aboo^
Vv
1.0
ao.a
^av\^L coO
alooi^
u

No.
of Plants
3
\>
\
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3
1^
1
94
Waste Management
Technology
P\ -03i Iw&MJL^
.y3 (u)OA-ki.3>)
19
"B - 03 (^c^
l"3fuXU^3)
(^_ |\ UoOLfltdr
\3 1 100^3)
IS
i-lB
b-09^ IS
F-os.
6-1 ^
H-OU
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-04-,0\
-OA-,01,03
6-OA
0-OA-jOl
i>-ov

F-04
Gi-O4,01
H---00
No.
of Plants
u
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CD
1
10
"3
\a
i
<\4
Treatment /Storage
Surface Imooundrr.ents
No. per
Plant
1

1

\

\

Surface Area
SI (acres)
O.o^

0.0^

o.oa

o.o^


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                                                 RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                                                                                      G/L
Industry
                                     O/J.J./UV  /     
                                     Date  7nc\ I 0

Model     lAll - l-iT.ACL'i U - VU  1 l\dlrCJ  '
Number of Plants
Production
Waste Streams
L S> I vx C\A C.
^CL\W5L CL-0 oTfot/1
-=solL>-CiK l"3
 ^UC^CL
V\ O WJL.
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
<^|^,0
/^ ^v
^F ' C"
CJULIV^. OuO
cxto^-
g.a
44. 0

No.
of Plants
\
\
\
a

Waste Management
Technology
A ~ O'c) (uJft./)bL 1 )
1- -^(lAJCuKo 3")
\^- )^)( uJ^jU | J
1 5(tuMUi3-)
C- I"!)
D-oa
H -OCo
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-O4,O\
B-o^
C-04
05-04
e-oo
No.
of Plants

t
\
Si
\5
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
1
-



Surface Area
SI (acres)
0-CT3





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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                Model
                                     6/11/80
                                     Date  *
                                                                                                                     /
                                                                                                                 3Gt / 6Q
Number of Plants
Production

Waste Streams
o>liicKC_,
no*JL
i
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
U3.1S


No.
of Plants

a

Waste Management
Technology
/-\ ~ (j ol
o ~~ O Co

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
P\-04
"fc-CXD

No.
of Plants

a

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant



Surface Area
SI (acres)




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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

              Model
                                                                     6/ii/oO
                                                                     Date_7_p

                                                            -  Udvved-
Number of Plants
n
              Production
Waste Streams
solwivh
\A (~\ \\_Q
0
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
g.io
* 

No.
of Plants
"^
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Waste Management
Technology
k- Pj
>J3 " 0 Co

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-o4
3-OO

No.
of Plants
3
\4

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant



Surface Are
SI (acres)




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Industry
             I g
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

              Model  ftOAAfck-  M-  lvuli\-d~
                                                                                          6/n/oO
                                                                                          Date
Number of Plants
                                                                                                       6Q
                                                         Production    3ft. 1 QQ
                                                                           -   ~
Waste Streams
So k/^. \\~\~s
Y\ OKi^
o
I.
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
n.q
^^^^

No.
of Plants
3
3O

Waste Management
Technology
A -.13
"8-0(o

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -04
3-00

No.
of Plants
3
ao

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No.' per
Plant



Surface Aree
SI (acres)




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Industry
Number of Plants

RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
p>
E"*TILE^> Model I'QJV
_j Production

pjrt - L - \
^"3, loOO V

PR;
6/ii/bU ,
Date *7/"3C
Y\dvvect '
JloAiiT
/ ij
1 \?>^
i

Waste Streams
solwwhs
~Y\ (xl'\JL
o
1
t '

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                                                  RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
Industry
E-y.TU.EL
Model
( V       S - \
                                                                                   "RA
                                                                                   O/ll/OU
                                                                                   Date  "7
Number of Plants
Production
                                                             1948
                                                                                                '   0
Waste Streams
\ . S I luU (L
3,S>olvhhri'r;>
SUNvfl. C^A O.taou-0-
\\
0
^c^
S>|UC\UL
^Jucl^S. 3
M^uT
u
1.1
asa.4
3-S.-5
^CLU\JL o/o
 (.u)0i/rl&-on
\ 9
05-13
E-O-S
F-03, \1
G-oa
H-U, ^
J_-0(o
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
~G^( ^^ C)"^)
B-04
a -04, 01
1) -01-
E-Ol
F-O^.OI
6-04
H -04,01
x-oo
No.
of Plants
4
\

1

4
16
i
54
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
I

1


1

1

Surface Area/
SI (acres)
O.03

0.03


o.o^

O-0~i


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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

               Model
                                                                                                   6/1JL/OU
               O/ll/OU  /    ,
               Date   "7/QCj 1 fi

       - M- \\VC\VVeCJi
Number of Plants
               Production
80
                                                                                                U
Waste Streams
L Mu6vc
^OL\NML CLO (Xloot/^.
^olwH\is
00 - 0
?Ju.ck,(L
S&NV& dO CL\3ou4L
IV
V\O|v.
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
*A'.O
sOAYJl. COO
4-O
(,^
U

No.
of Plants
QL
.a
3
1
a
n
i
28
Waste Management
Technology
A* 0 
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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE  MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                                                                                     6/j.i/oJ
                                                                                                     Date
                                           .       i          _
                                           u -  \v\rli\-ef
                                                                Production
Waste Streams
LS udvt
3.solu-ewh>
^CA^VJLOA aboue.
^oWvv\^
S slacks
io V
SCUM Q/i <*Jjou4
U
V\OlvL
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
\8R.^l
^.5
^aiivjL cto
a.boi>^.
q.^
iffi-4
saua c^>
abo^
\

No.
of Plants
\
\
Q
I
Si
4
n
Waste Management
Technology
A -03 IvOfcfftSLO
^3 (vowit( a)
"B-03tvOOAt3Ll^
\"i (u)0/ita3)
C-i"i
^'ll, n
E-OS, \^
r-oa
G-oio
Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-04,0!
"fe-Of
G.-G4
35-0^,01
E- 04,Oi
-M-,01,0^
P-04
6-00
No.
of Plants
1
1
a
i
i
i
4
n
Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
\


\
I


Surface Arec
SI (acres)
0.18


0.18
O.18



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Industry
FiCV ILES
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
             Model
                                                                                      U/li/OU   /
                                                                                      Date   -f  1
                 Warn - X L - \ ^A
Number of Plants
      13-
Production

                                   00
Waste Streams
^ SoluGVTS
soliKwK
S Lick(L
^^
i
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
33.0
33.O
4(jfl.^

No.
of Plants
I
1
"3
1
Waste Management
Technology
A ~ 0 ^ k^fllfltL ' )
v^fwfl/fUo)
i*-]
"B-13
a- os

Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-0^,0
"B-0^
d-0^
^-00
No.
of Plants
\
I
3

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant
\



Surface Area/
SI (acres)
0..4U,




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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA  WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                     N
Model
-I
                                  5/11/80
                                  Date   ~7
                                                                                                        /    / _
                                                                                                     ~/h* jX
Production
                                       \'Q h/i M
Waste Streams
^olvxivvVs
Y\OML
t '
00
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
4.1
 	

No.
of Plants
1,
l "3

Waste Management
Technology
A -13
-B-ob

Appl icable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -04
"B-OO

No.
of Plants
-0
\-3

Treatment /Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant



Surface Area/
SI (acres)




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                                                                                               IRA
Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY



              Model
                                                                                               Date
                             -  iv\cKv-eel
Number of Plants
Production     i 1 t JQQ
                                                                                           y
Waste Streams
^ouun
YXGWL
1 
03
ro
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
Qi.S
^^^^^


No.
of Plants
1
^


Waste Management
Technology
A -.13
"S-Olc


Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
IV 04
^-00


No.
of Plants
1
S


Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant




Surface Area/
SI (acres)





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Industry
                      RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

                                    Model
                                                                                           6/11/80
                                                                                           Date
                                i/u-\iv-eL"
Number of Plants
a
Production
OOP  Idb/uv
                                                                                          u
Waste Streams
\^0 )Vk-^-
o
i
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CO
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)





No.
of Plants
a




Waste Management
Technology
A ~~ OG>




Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
>A ~ OO




No.
of Plants
a




Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant





Surface Aree
SI (acres)






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Industry
Number of Plants
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                Model
                                                     6/li/eu
                                                                                                          i/eu   /     ,
                                                                                                      Date   7 /?,  I SO
                Production
Waste Streams
Soli^ vl^
V\ 0 Ivt
a
i
00
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
0.4
	



No.
of Plants
\
4



Waste Management
Technology
Ai Tj
^^ I \.
5- Ob



Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A-04
"3-00



No.
of Plants
\
4



i reatment/Storage
Surface Imooundments
No. per
Plant
i




Surface Aree
SI (acres)






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Industry
RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

              Model
VoiW\
                                                                                          O/ll/OU .    ,
                                                                                          Date 7/29_iJ
                                                                                               V(  \  I
                                                              \f
\\\c\ \vec~V
Number of Plants
ii
              Production
                                                                                       VI
Waste Streams
<;o\\M.-H>
\^\vJL
a
i
co
tn
Quantity
(MT/yr-plant)
\A
~ 	




No.
of Plants
\
n




Waste Management
Technology
A -13
B-O(o




Applicable Tech-
nical Requirements
A -04
"B-oo




No.
of Plants
i
n




Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant






Surface Area/
SI (acres)







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                                             RCRA WASTE MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
                                                                                              "1A
                                                                                              b/11/80
Industry
Number of Plants
                                  Date
                    \-fi\onc -  L~
Production
Waste Streams
uo vvJL
0
^-i
00
o^
Quantity
(MT/yr-p.lant)


No.
of Plants
a

Waste Management
Technology
A-Q(o

Applicable lech-
nical Requirements
A-OO

No.
of Plants
9L

Treatment/Storage
Surface Impoundments
No. per
Plant


Surface Area/
SI (acres)



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